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Motovicity CEO Announces SEMA Board of Directors Candidacy

Brian Lounsberry, CEO of Motovicity Distribution, has declared he will be throwing his hat in the ring for the 2018 SEMA Board of Directors election.

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Brian Lounsberry, CEO of Motovicity Distribution, has declared he will be throwing his hat in the ring for the 2018 SEMA Board of Directors election.

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“As CEO, I am the driving force behind Motovicity Distribution. Specializing in creative problem solving with a passion for futurism in business, I enjoy assisting our unique manufacturers and customers with new ways of engaging and continually focusing on adding value to our customer network. I back this with over a decade of working in and managing shops before joining the distribution side in 2005. With said experience, I can bring insight and real-world influence from all sides of our industry.”

Some of Brian’s positions include:

  • Utilizing the power of data, for manufacturers and shops, as an important key to success in today’s information age
  • The importance of youth and assisting talented young business members to connect with industry leaders, ensuring the longevity of the industry and encouraging collaboration

For more on his positions, thoughts and background, visit the Brian 4 SEMA website, Facebook campaign page, and Brian’s personal LinkedIn.

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As a reminder, the voting period for the 2018 SEMA Board of Directors election is from May 8-May 22. Only the primary SEMA contact can vote, if you’re unsure of whom that may be, contact Timothy Johnson in SEMA’s membership department at [email protected].

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