Scott Fischer Enterprises, with six Harley-Davidson dealerships, has announced two new appointments on its management team. Sean Delaney has been promoted to president of Scott Fischer Enterprises, and Ryan Raleigh has been named general manager of Rocket Harley-Davidson in Huntsville, Ala.
Sean Delaney named president of Scott Fischer Enterprises
Announced publicly today, Scott Fischer Enterprises has officially named Sean Delaney as the company’s new President. Building on their twenty-seven years of success, the move is the first in the company’s plan for reinvention.
Founded and led by Scott Fischer with co-owner John Greene, Scott Fischer Enterprises is a management company that owns and supports six Harley-Davidson locations (Six Bends Harley-Davidson in Fort Myers, Fla., Naples Harley-Davidson in Naples, Fla., Rocket Harley-Davidson in Huntsville, AL, Blue Ridge Harley-Davidson in Hickory, NC, and Thunderbird Harley-Davidson and Duke City Harley-Davidson, both in Albuquerque, NM).
Delaney will assume the role of President in title effective today and in position, effective July 1. An employee of Scott Fischer Enterprises for twelve years, he previously served as General Manager of Naples Harley-Davidson before moving to Albuquerque, NM where he most recently worked as the General Manager of both Thunderbird Harley-Davidson and Duke City Harley-Davidson. Delaney was selected for the position based on his proven track record of meeting or exceeding sales and growth goals, his commitment to organizational health and his ability to develop future leaders within the company.
“Sean epitomizes the type of leadership we want for Scott Fischer Enterprises,” commented Fischer. “Sean will bring an operational intensity that we haven’t had for some time and skills developed at the store-level that can now be applied on a broader scale, companywide.”
Fischer and Greene will remain active within the company. Fischer will continue his role as CEO, providing direction on company growth and leading the company’s strategic philanthropy efforts, including the Scott Fischer Enterprises Fund. Greene, a partner in the business, will still serve as Chief Branding Officer and Sales Director.
Scott Fischer Enterprises is a motorsports industry leader and leader within the Harley-Davidson Motor Company. Their commitment to customer satisfaction, motorcycle safety and the community is apparent in each of their six locations. For more information please visit http://www.SFE-US.com.
Ryan Raleigh joins Rocket Harley-Davidson as GM
Rocket Harley-Davidson is excited to announce their new General Manager, Ryan Raleigh, effective this month. Raleigh has been an employee of Scott Fischer Enterprises (SFE) since 2009 and is the former general sales manager at Thunderbird Harley-Davidson in Albuquerque, NM. In his new role, Raleigh will be tasked with general oversight of the dealership, sales performance, customer service and other management responsibilities.
Before Raleigh joined SFE, he worked with Hewlett-Packard and was responsible for building an inside sales team before quickly moving into the field District Manager position, and ultimately overseeing more than $165M in annual revenue, a 100 percent increase from when he first took the position. His experience continued within SFE, serving in multiple leadership roles leading up to his promotion to general manger of Rocket Harley-Davidson.
“We are happy to announce Ryan as the new general manager of Rocket Harley-Davidson,” commented Glo Cuiffi, COO of Scott Fischer Enterprises. “His experience is a perfect fit for the position and his customer service driven leadership will serve the dealership and our customers well.”
Raleigh has owned close to 50 motorcycles, and logged more than 100,000 miles on the road. “My passion for riding and for the Harley-Davidson brand has truly taken me to a level I never thought possible,” said Raleigh. “My goal is to create an exceptional customer service culture at Rocket Harley-Davidson, making it a premier destination for riders and non-riders throughout the Tennessee Valley. I am extremely excited for the opportunity.”