Jason Bruce Named VP of Business Development for Holley
Holley Performance Products is pleased to announce that Jason Bruce has rejoined Holley as Vice President of Business Development. Jason is an industry veteran holding sales and marketing management positions with aFe Power, Street Scene Equipment, Holley, and Hooker Headers. In this new role, Jason will be responsible for developing and coordinating new business projects across the Holley family of brands including; Holley, Hooker Headers, Flowtech Exhaust, NOS Nitrous Oxide Systems, Earl’s Plumbing, Demon Fuel Systems and Weiand intakes and superchargers.
“We are excited to have Jason return to Holley. He brings broad industry and product knowledge to Holley and will help us attain our strategic growth plans by launching compelling new products and expanding our current marketplaces,” said Holley President and CEO, Tom Tomlinson. “Jason is a proven team player, a guy who moves projects forward and a great addition to our leadership team here at Holley. Jason’s initial focus will be the revitalization of our Hooker and Flowtech brands.”
“I grew up in Southern California around all of the Holley brands and in fact started my career at Hooker Headers. I am very excited to be back at Holley and to be part of the revitalization that is taking place. Holley has the best brands and great team members. I am honored to be a part of it,” Bruce added.
For more information contact Holley Performance Products, 1801 Russellville Road, Bowling Green, KY 42101. Phone (270)782-2900 or visit them on the web at www.holley.com
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