LeoVince USA has made two additions to its staff and added responsibilities for two existing employees, the company reported in a statement.
Former LeoVince employee Jon Bekefy has returned in a new role as events and marketing manager. Bekefy worked with the company in 2005 and 2006 before moving to Ducati North America for two years in the role of brand manager.
Cory Johnson has been hired as LeoVince’s Parts Unlimited brand manager. Johnson has been working in the powersports industry since the ’80s, including a recent stint as North American Sales and Marketing Manager at Sunstar/Braking.
Off-road race manager Ted Campbell has been given an added role as LeoVince’s Western Power Sports brand manager. He will be working with WPS management and staff on a daily basis and traveling throughout the country training sales reps and visiting dealerships. Campbell raced in professional Motocross and Supercross for 15 years and has been working for LeoVince since 2005.
Randy Hyden has been promoted to the position of LeoVince’s Tucker Rocky brand manager. Hyden has 23 years experience in the powersports industry, starting with Rocky Cycle, later to become Tucker Rocky.
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