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Motovicity Promotes Brett Kinsfather to VP of Sales and Marketing

Motovicity Distribution has announced the promotion of Brett Kinsfather to vice president of sales and marketing, succeeding Brian Lounsberry who was recently promoted to CEO in December 2016.

Brett Kinsfather

Motovicity Distribution has announced the promotion of Brett Kinsfather to vice president of sales and marketing, succeeding Brian Lounsberry who was recently promoted to CEO in December 2016.

“Having recently served in this same role myself, I am particularly aware of what it requires,” said Lounsberry. “Since joining our team, Brett has established a strong track record of success, and I know he will do the same as our new VP of sales and marketing,” he continued.

Since 2015, Kinsfather has served as Motovicity’s Sales and Marketing Manager where he has led Motovicity’s day-to-day sales and customer service activities while overseeing the company’s overall marketing efforts. Brett first joined Motovicity’s management team in 2012 as Marketing Manager, where he directed the company’s rebranding efforts and created a series of successful B2B sweepstakes and promotional campaigns featuring many of the industry’s leading brands.

In his new role as vice president of sales and marketing, Kinsfather is responsible for leading Motovicity’s sales, customer service, and marketing strategies. “I am honored to lead an accomplished team of passionate individuals,” Kinsfather said. “As a team, and together with our manufacturer partners, I look forward to providing an unparalleled experience for our customers in the sport compact, modern muscle, and Euro markets.”

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