Marker/Dalbello/Völkl (MDV), global leader and supplier of snowsports products, announced the following job responsibility promotions and new hires:
Greg Grip has been promoted to Executive Vice President for Marker Dalbello Völkl, responsible for sales management of all three brands. Derek McClellan has been promoted to Sales and Technical Director, overseeing the Marker brand. Sarah Lauridsen has been promoted to Director of Promotions for Marker Dalbello Völkl. Thatcher Jacques has been promoted to Product Manager for Marker Dalbello Völkl. Madison Andrews has been hired as Marketing and Promotions Assistant. Joseph Hampson has been hired as Sales Analyst.
“With the 2017/2018 selling season beginning, we are pleased to announce these changes and updates to the MDV staff. Some have been in the works for quite some time, with the final pieces falling into place fairly recently. Moving forward, the end result will be the best possible service for our retailers, and the best products for our loyal end consumers,” said Mike Noonan, Marker Dalbello Völkl U.S. President.
A leader in ski binding technology since the 1950s, Marker’s hallmark is innovation, and the company continues to design and produce the highest quality binding components in the industry for freeskiing, backcountry skiing, racing, junior, and rental binding categories. Marker also supplies system binding technology for several leading brands.
Völkl is a world leader in performance driven skis for skiers of all abilities: from the World Cup racer to the family weekend enthusiast. With innovation and design, Völkl leads the way with products for all segments of skiing for men, women, and junior skiers alike.
Dalbello began producing ski boots in Asolo, Italy in 1974. Today the Dalbello brand is a market leader and was the winningest ski boot brand at the Sochi Winter Olympic Games. The company offers skiers of all stripes outstanding performance and legendary comfort.