Precor announces promotions in Commercial Division

Success in serving the fitness facility market nets promotions for top Precor commercial sales management.

Woodinville, WA - Top Precor sales and marketing executives have new responsibilities in Precor's North America commercial division, according to Chris Torggler, Commercial Division Senior Vice President.
“Over the last few years, this team has generated tremendous financial results, tripled the size of the sales force, and succeeded in representing an expanding product and service offering of unprecedented breadth and complexity,” said Torggler. “Precor has transformed from being a niche vendor to a full-service supplier offering everything from treadmills to technology and entertainment. Through it all, our sales leadership simply has been phenomenal.”
Larry Domingo has been promoted to Vice President of Commercial Sales, leading Precor's network of 43 sales representatives that work with fitness facility decisionmakers and Precor's extensive dealer network. Domingo previously was Commercial Sales Director.
In addition, Domingo has promoted Dan Toigo and Sean Kearney to Regional Sales Director positions, and Chuck Fedorka to Director of National Accounts. Each previously was a regional manager with Precor.
Since 2002, Precor has grown from exclusively providing cardio fitness equipment in the commercial marketplace to offering cardio, strength, and entertainment products and services, as well as leading-edge technology services.
About Precor
Founded in the Seattle, Wash. area in 1980, Precor now operates production, distribution and headquarters facilities near Seattle, with offices in the UK, Germany, Benelux, Spain, France, Switzerland, Austria, Japan and China. Engineered to move the way you move, Precor equipment sets the global standard for fluid, natural, low-impact workout experience.
Precor is a subsidiary of Amer Sports Corp. ( <>), one of the world's largest sports equipment companies, with internationally recognized brands Wilson, Atomic, Suunto and Precor. In late 2005, Amer expanded its family of sports equipment brands, acquiring winter sports, outdoor apparel, cycling and skateboard brands Salomon, Mavic, Bonfire, Arc'Teryx, and Cliché.
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