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WEST LEBANON, NH. (August 28, 2014) — Tecnica Blizzard is pleased to announce that Dana Greenwood will be representing Tecnica and Blizzard alpine products in California and Nevada. Greenwood returns to the Tecnica Blizzard family, having held several positions in the past.
In 2007, Greenwood held the position as the Tecnica World Cup Service Manager where he quickly became recognized as one of the most reputable boot fitters and service technicians on the tour. In 2010, he teamed up with Clem Smith to represent and service Tecnica Blizzard in California and Nevada. In June 2012, Greenwood accepted a position with Atomic Ski USA as principal sales representative where he spent two year’s developing his skills at managing all aspects of a sales territory.
“I could not be more thrilled to have Dana return to the Tecnica Blizzard family. His knowledge of the brand, past experiences and strong relationships with retailers and the promotional community will help in continuing to grow and strengthen the business in California and Nevada,” commented Sam Cook, president of Tecnica Blizzard.
Remarks Greenwood, “I am honored to be back with the Tecnica Blizzard family! Coming into this new opportunity with such momentous product coupled with a passionate team of people is extremely exciting. I am fortunate to have the opportunity to return to my roots.”
Greenwood takes the place of Clem Smith, who held the position as sales representative for Tecnica Blizzard in California and Nevada for the past four years and held various promotional positions within the company for a total of ten years of dedicated service.
Smith has accepted a position as the principal representative for K2 Sports in Colorado. Says Cook, “I cannot say enough great things about Clem. I have worked closely with him for the past 10 years and our brands have benefited greatly from Clem’s talent, creativity, unbridled enthusiasm and infectious personality. Despite his leaving to work for a competitor, I absolutely wish Clem all the best.”
Greenwood steps back into Tecnica Blizzard at a time when the company has seen continued growth and excitement with new product innovations. Tecnica’s Mach1 ski boot collection, shaped to match the anatomy of your foot, features CAS liner technology, which was the recipient of the 2014 ISPO Design Innovation Award. Blizzard Skis, known for Flipcore, a revolutionary rocker technology, continue to gain US market share and receive impressive results from ski tests in multiple categories.
Tecnica is a leading brand in alpine ski boots and winter footwear, best known for quality, high performance driven product. Located in West Lebanon, NH, the company handles all sales and marketing efforts in the U.S. and collaborates on product development with the parent company Tecnica Spa located in Montebelluna Italy.Tecnica began producing work and mountain boots in 1960, fast becoming a world leader in footwear design and development. It should be noted that Tecnica created the famed Moon Boot™ in 1970 and the first bi-injected plastic ski boot in 1973. www.tecnicausa.com
Blizzard is a rising brand of alpine skis with technologies that sets the brand apart from others. Blizzard Sport USA is the distributor of Blizzard Skis in the United States. The Blizzard factory is located in Mittersill, Austria. Blizzard Sport USA is under The Tecnica Group umbrella where Blizzard and Tecnica operate as a single business unit in the United States. www.blizzardsportusa.com.