WPS announces hiring of new staff members

Western Power Sports (WPS) recently announced the hiring of four new staff members to sales positions. The four new employees are Greayer Clover as the street apparel brand sales manager, Craig Morgan as the Hard Drive sales representative, Dustin Russell as metric outside sales representative, and Isaiah Collins as metric/ Hard Drive outside sales representative. Here's a closer look at the new hires:

 

Greayer Clover

With over 30 years of experience in the adventure and powersports industry, Greayer Clover has worked with major companies including The North Face, Performance Bicycle, Cycle Gear, and FirstGear. With a focus on technical apparel and design, Clover is bringing his expertise to Western Power Sports as the street apparel brand sales manager. With an emphasis in market research and trends, product design, and quality control, Clover is crucial to the direction of WPS street products.

 

Craig Morgan

Craig Morgan has been riding motorcycles since he was 10 years old and still loves the feeling nearly 50 years later. With over 30 years of experience in the powersports industry, Morgan has built an impressive resume due to his experience as a parts manager, service manager, inventory manager and clothing manager in multiple Harley-Davidson and metric dealerships. As a Hard Drive sales representative, he brings a wealth of experience to help grow the Hard Drive brand and sales.

 

Dustin Russell

Since 2014, Dustin Russell has worked in multiple areas of the powersports industry including sales, parts, marketing, advertising, and service. His motivation is fueled by a passion in helping bring in new riders to motorcycling and helping others enjoy success in the industry. In his free time, Russell enjoys time with his two children and spending time around anything with a motor, from vintage motorcycles to hot rods, trucks, and all styles of racing.

 

Isaiah Collins

Isaiah Collins got his start in the powersports industry by racing hare scrambles when he was 19, in addition to working at local dealerships. Since then, he has progressively moved up in every department throughout his career, eventually becoming the general manager of a dealership. Collins then moved onto big box retail and managed Gander Mountain stores before returning to the powersports industry and accepting a position as a WPS sales representative.  In his spare time, he enjoys long distance trips around the country on his touring bike.

 

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