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SuperSprings International Announces Adam Weisner as President

SuperSprings International has announced their new president, Adam Weisner.

SuperSprings International—the manufacturer of suspension solutions and products based in Carpinteria, California—has announced Adam Weisner as president.  

Formerly chief commercial officer managing company direction and revenue, Weisner will now oversee the company’s five business units and run the day-to-day operations.  

Weisner reports to Gerry Lamberti, who remains the company’s chairman and CEO. 

“We have all witnessed the impact that Adam has had on the leadership… and the magnificent changes he has implemented so successfully. I have never been so excited about the future of SuperSprings International as I am now,” Lamberti said. 

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