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Tecnica Group USA is pleased to announce the appointment of Pearson Neal as Tecnica Group National Race Manager for Blizzard, Nordica, and Tecnica in the United States. Pearson began his new role on June 13 based at Tecnica Group USA Headquarters in West Lebanon, NH.

As the National Race manager for the Tecnica Group alpine brands, Pearson will work closely with the Blizzard/Tecnica and Nordica teams to deliver streamlined communication and best in class service to the US racing community. In addition to efficient management of the community, Neal will work together with the product teams to enhance the ski and boot offerings for maximum success in the U.S. market.

“We are thrilled to have Pearson in this new role. His wealth of experience and expertise in ski racing brings great value to our community as a whole.” commented Chris Licata, CEO Tecnica Group USA.

For the last three years Pearson has successfully led and grown the Blizzard/Tecnica national race program and has over 12 years of combined experience in race management and service.

“I am excited to lead the Tecnica Group USA National Race Program,” Neal says. “My goal is to bring simplified communication, consistent levels of service and overall continuity that will strengthen our group relationship with all aspects of the racing community.”

“Pearson has done a great job establishing himself as a leader in the race world and we are excited to now have him at the helm of Nordica Race,” commented Scott Russo, Vice President Nordica USA. “Ski racing is an important part of the Nordica brand and we look forward to having his leadership bring our athletes and programs to new heights.”

Neal will be at the Mt. Hood Test Center in Government Camp, Oregon, at the Valians Ski Shop June 18-July 12.

Release courtesy of Tecnica Group USA.

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