Mountain Racing Products Welcomes Noah Sears To Marketing Department

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Home of MRP Chain Guides, White Brothers Suspension Forks, Kreitler Rollers, Tamer, and Power Grips, Mountain Racing Products has hired Fruita, CO local Noah Sears to manage the company’s online presence and assist with all facets of marketing.

Sears, 27, has five years shop experience with Over the Edge Sports in Fruita as well as being a contributor to various cycling publications including Bike Magazine, Decline, Mountain Flyer, and Adventure Cycling. His videos have been picked up on numerous online outlets including Bikemag.com, VitalMTB, Sicklines, and additionally several international sites such as Spain’s Alotrolado-mtb.com and New Zealand’s Spokemagazine.com. He is a regular on the Colorado race scene as well, competing in Downhill and Super-D on his growing quiver of Knolly bikes.

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“Noah is going to make a great addition to our team by bringing in the skills and enthusiasm for all forms of online media that are the perfect match for reaching our target customers, in particular with the MRP and White Brothers product lines” says Paul Aieta, VP of Sales and Marketing.

Mountain Racing Products is based in Grand Junction on Colorado’s beautiful Western Slope. Home of some of the most legendary trails in the west, Grand Junction serves as the perfect testing ground for MRP’s family of USA-made mountain bike components.

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Source:
Paul Aieta
Mountain Racing Products
www.mountainracingproducts.com

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  • Walker Thompson says:

    A worthy man for the job! I have a ton of respect for Noah! As a marketer, I can tell you first hand he is all about results. I think I spent about $5000 at his shop and I don’t even live there… Must be his mojo…

  • Oliver says:

    Now they just need to hire a suspension designer, to take the White Brothers forks out of the dark ages.

    Good on Noah!

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