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Motovicity Distribution Adds Jason Shatrowskas as Vice President of Purchasing

Shatrowskas brings over 18 years of automotive aftermarket experience to Motovicity with a proven track record in purchasing, merchandising, category management, and vendor relations.

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Motovicity Distribution has announced that Jason Shatrowskas will join the company to fill the newly created role of vice president of purchasing.

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“We’re excited to have yet another proven industry veteran like Jason join our team,” stated Motovicity CEO Brian Lounsberry. “We know he will excel at leading our brand and category strategies, as well as build valuable relationships with our brand partners.”

Shatrowskas brings over 18 years of automotive aftermarket experience to Motovicity with a proven track record in purchasing, merchandising, category management, and vendor relations.

“There’s a growing wave of momentum happening at Motovicity,” explained Shatrowskas. “It’s exciting to join such a reputable industry icon like ‘Moto’ during this period of growth.”

The addition of Shatrowskas for the recently created vice president of purchasing position continues Lounsberry’s strategic initiative to strengthen the company’s executive leadership team, which recently included the addition of CFO Peter Martz, CIO Greg Atkins and VP of Sales & Marketing Rob Weir.

“We will always strive to serve and support our brand partners and customers by having the best talent in the industry and the best distribution systems available,” stated Lounsberry. “We look forward to sharing even more positive developments for Motovicity in the near future.”

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