June 6, 2005 – LeMans Corporation Expands Representation
June 6, 2005
Filed under Features
LeMans Corp., the Wisconsin-based owner of distribution giants Parts Unlimited and Drag Specialties, announced a number of recent additions to its employee base.
Dan Berkes has been named Parts Unlimited's DynoJet Product Specialist. Berkes spent four years with a Harley dealership, owned a custom aftermarket shop that specialized in Harley performance for sixteen years, has operated a mobile DynoJet dyno for ten years, and spent over five years with S&S Cycle Inc.
Keith Lepinski has become Parts Unlimited's Product Specialist for Smith Sport Optics. Lepinski previously working for Ford Motor Company and Automatic Data Processing (ADP).
And, with more than 20 years of sales, management and marketing experience, Mitch Winder has been named the company's new Cobra Brand Manager.
Jared Ewart, a former parts and service manager for Kawasaki, has joined Parts Unlimited as the company's new Central and Southern New Jersey Sales Rep. Other new Parts reps include Frank Auciello and Jason Walter.
On the Drag Specialties side of the company, Dwight Covell has been appointed as a Drag Specialties sales manager in the Northeast region. Dwight has 28 years in the industry. He started as a motorcycle mechanic in 1976, worked his way through the parts and sales departments, and eventually landed in dealership management. He has been with LeMans since 1996.
Ted Stollman has been placed as Drag's new West Regional Sales Representative. Stollman previously worked for Harley-Davidson and has an extensive background in auto/diesel technology.
Jason Rayburn is Drag's second new West Regional Sales Representative. Rayburn joins Drag after working with Progressive Suspension, QwikSilver II and Edelbrock Corporation.