Job of the Week, Feb. 25: Regional marketing executives

Publish Date: 
Feb 26, 2013

In partnership with recruiting firm Lonski and Associates, Dealernews presents the Powersports Job of the Week for Feb. 25, 2013. 

Please contact for more information. -- The Editors

INDIALANTIC. Fla. - Lonski and Associates, a powersports industry national recruiting firm headquartered in Florida, announces openings for four Regional Account Executives for a marketing agency.

These are full-time positions located in California, Georgia, New Jersey and Texas. Salary is undisclosed.

"One of the largest and most innovative independent full-service marketing agencies in America, our powerhouse client is looking for several highly skilled, experienced and hard-charging regional account executives for a phenomenal post in the motorsports industry," said Jan Plessner, a recruiter for Lonski and Associates. "Working from one of four regional offices... these team members will implement local campaigns and execute marketing and advertising activities."

Job responsibilities, according to Plessner, include project and financial management, expertise with client and client's industry, ability to drive cross-functional team integration with emphasis on communication and building strong work relationships, and the ability to build a network within the client's organization to investigate areas of opportunity that fit within the agency's capabilities.

Qualified candidates need, among other things, a Bachelor's degree, preferably in marketing of advertising; three to five years of experience as a field marketing representative, in corporate sales, or both; powersports or automotive industry client experience; and willingness to travel within the region.

Those interested who meet the above qualifications are invited to send a resume to Plessner at, with a note that specifies the candidate's preferred location among the four states. Lonski and Associates offers up to a $1,000 referral bonus if the referral is hired (conditions apply).

Posted by Mary Slepicka