IRVINE, Calif., March 1, 2011 — Star Trac, a global leader in the commercial fitness industry, announced today that Mike Leveque has resigned as President to pursue new business opportunities.Leveque has held numerous positions at Star Trac over his 18-year career in the organization.
Michael Bruno, Star Trac Chairman and CEO said, “Mike Leveque has led the company through difficult times, and under his leadership, it has emerged as a strong, viable competitor in the global fitness industry.We value Mike’s leadership and his talent and wish him the very best going forward.”
Bruno announced that Dustin Grosz, is stepping into a Board Member role at Core Fitness, LLC, and will replace Leveque as President of Core Industries, Inc.
“I am pleased to have been part of the Star Trac family, and I believe that under Mike Bruno and Dustin Grosz’ leadership, the company will be positioned for long-term success,” said Mike Leveque.Both, Core Fitness, LLC and Core Industries, Inc., owned by Michael Bruno will operate as separate entities.
About Star Trac
Since 1979, Star Trac has been a leader in developing advanced equipment for the fitness industry, focused on providing products to mold lifelong habits for health and fitness.Its user-focused product innovations are reflected in the complete line of cardiovascular and strength equipment, including the revolutionary Star Trac Coach™, a personalized treadmill workout led by a professional coach, the groundbreaking eSpinner®, the newest Spinning® innovation resulting from the long running relationship between Star Trac and Mad Dogg Athletics, and the Inspiration Strength™ line that takes aesthetics, biomechanics, and features to the next level. More than four million people in over 75 countries use Star Trac exercise equipment daily, enjoying its unparalleled functionality and style. For more information about Star Trac, which is headquartered in Irvine, Calif., call 1-800-228-6635 or visit www.startrac.com.