Husqvarna Motorcycles North America has added Travis Flowers as dealer relations manager, a role that requires him to assist Husqvarna's growing dealer network with all aspects of dealer support functions including sales, after sales and service.
The addition of Flowers to the Husqvarna staff is in response to the huge growth in motorcycle sales and a rejuvenated dealer network due to Husqvarna's resurgence in the U.S. as member of the BMW Group.
"Travis has already proven to be a great addition to our team. His passion for off road motorcycling coupled with his education and experience are important assets that will help us enormously in our efforts to improve our communication with dealers," said Mark Brady, president of Husqvarna Motorcycles N.A. "More importantly, since Travis will be traveling a great deal in this role, he will be more than just a voice on a phone, he will also be the face of our company to many dealers across the country. His personality, listening skills and commitment to follow-up on every transaction are qualities I had in mind when we created this position. Our future is connected directly to the development of our current dealer network. Travis has a vital role to fill to help us achieve this objective."
Prior to joining Husqvarna, Travis had been working for one of the nation's premier power tools manufacturer in a similar capacity.
"Dealers are the lifeblood of ours or any company", Travis said. "I'm really looking forward to the opportunity to work with such a great group of business professionals. My focus will be on accountability and accessibility. As a primary point of contact and information on Husqvarna's products, programs and systems, I want the dealers to know that I'm here to assist them in any way possible to help them reach their goals. Husqvarna is on a roll. It's an exciting time to be a part of the company."
Travis will be based out of Charlotte, N.C., and will be traveling extensively throughout the United States. He can be reached by calling 704-616-8859 or by emailing him at email@example.com.
Posted by Dennis Johnson