Auburn, NH (August 9, 2013) — Fischer Sports adds two new sales reps for their Alpine products in the Pacific Northwest and Rocky Mountains territories.
Reed Powers will support all of Fischer Sports alpine products across the Rocky Mountain region including CO, NM, TX, OK and AR. Reed is an outdoor industry veteran who has represented brands including Swix Sport, Killy Skiwear, Nordica Apparel, Easton-Bell Sports and currently represents Helly Hansen.
Covering the Northwest, Fischer Sports has appointed Brett Thompson, an independent representative who specializes in the skiing industry. Brett currently also represents Lazer helmets and Goode poles. “I would really like to say how honored I am to accept the role in the Northwest,” says Thompson “from my first day in the outdoor retail market place 14 years ago I wanted to be a rep. I have seen the retail environment from all sides now and I couldn’t be happier to take my sales rep career to a passionate and progressive company like Fischer.”
“We are all very excited to announce the hiring of these reps,” says Tyler Beck, Alpine National Sales Manager for Fischer Sports. “These two guys share our passion and dedication to the sport. As well as having the background of knowledge needed to support our companies growing dealer base and evolving technologies.”
About Fischer Sports
Looking forward to its 90th anniversary, Fischer Sports to this day has retained its identity as a family business. Founded in 1924 by Josef Fischer, who began making handcarts and toboggans in a barn, Fischer Sports has become successful on an international scale through a symbiosis of tradition, pioneering and technological advancement. Today Fischer Sports is a full-range supplier for both Alpine and Nordic skiing equipment and have made it their mission to offer the many different types of skiers more than just an outstanding product, but sophisticated technology and design that allows them to have an unforgettable skiing experience.