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Motovicity Welcomes Peter Martz as New Chief Financial Officer

Motovicity Distribution has announced the addition of Peter Martz as its new chief financial officer. Martz will be responsible for the financial reporting, accounting and treasury aspects of the company as well as helping to expand the business beyond its current footprint.

Motovicity Distribution has announced the addition of Peter Martz as its new chief financial officer. Martz will be responsible for the financial reporting, accounting and treasury aspects of the company as well as helping to expand the business beyond its current footprint.

Martz has more than 20 years of experience in the automotive and services industries, holding roles in financial and operational positions. Most recently, Martz served as corporate controller for Fisher Dynamics, a leading tier 1 seating automotive supplier. He joined Fisher Dynamics after spending 7 years at AGS Automotive, a tier 1 automotive supplier focusing on impact systems, where he served as their Financial Director for the U.S. Division.

“What a massive score for Moto, his expansive financial knowledge, vast professional experience, peer network and impressive education are just what this company needed,” CEO Brian Lounsberry said, “Honestly, we are bringing a gun to a knife fight with Pete. Shake in those boots competition, because a new Moto is just around the corner.”

Martz holds an MBA in Finance from The University of Notre Dame and an undergraduate degree in accounting from Michigan State University.

“Motovicity, while already an industry leader, has many opportunities to continue to grow and expand their presence within the industry, and I am excited to be a part of this endeavor,” said Peter Martz, “I look forward to being a part of the dynamic team that makes this growth a success.”

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