Brian Rowland Joins JEGS as CEO - Engine Builder Magazine

Brian Rowland Joins JEGS as CEO

Arkansas-native Brian Rowland has been appointed as Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of JEGS High Performance Parts, the aftermarket auto parts mail-order retailer founded in 1960 by the Coughlin family. 
 
“I couldn’t be more excited to join JEGS High Performance as CEO. Great team, great brand, and great things to come,” Rowland stated in a LinkedIn post.  
 
In his new position, Rowland will help oversee the company, which features a 10,000-square-foot retail store and 225,000-square-foot warehouse and corporate headquarters in Delaware, Ohio, among other duties. 
 
Rowland comes from Walmart eCommerce, where he served as the vice president/general manager of the Automotive, Tires, and Powersports division. Prior, he was with Nissan Motor Corporation as the director of Marketing and Technology.  
 
For more information, visit jegs.com.  

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