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Rossignol announces new Snowboard Manager

By Press Releases
January 04, 2012 11:21 PM

Press Release:

 

The Rossignol Group announced it has hired Tom Lebsack as its Snowboard Division Manager for the US market.

 

“Tom’s dedication, work ethic, experience and passion for the snowboard industry will be a great contributor to the future success of the division,” said Ron Steele, Rossignol’s Vice President of Sales.

 

Tom Lebsack worked with Red Bull for the past six years in several different capacities. Most recently, Tom developed, implemented and managed Red Bull Event Programs as Logistic Manager for a 13-state region.

 

“Rossignol will benefit greatly from both the field and office experience Tom has gained working with Red Bull,” added Steele, “as well as his experience as an independent sales rep for brands including Descente North America and Rossignol.”

 

In his prior industry role, Tom represented Rossignol as a sales and service agent with Blue Dot Distribution in the Northwest region.

 

“Rossignol Snowboards has seen great momentum over the past few seasons,” said Tim Petrick, President of Rossignol North America.

 

“The refocusing on new technology and constructions throughout the snowboard and binding lines has resulted in numerous industry awards and an overall increase in brand awareness and sales. Tom’s diverse industry experience and overall vision for the future of Rossignol Snowboards makes him the ideal person to continue the growth of this division.”

 

Tom will join our team in Park City on January 9th. He and his wife, Haley, will re-locate to the area shortly thereafter.

 

 


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