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April 30/04 12:28 pm - Procycle and Rocky Mountain Merged


Posted by Editoress on 04/30/04
 

Division Merger at Procycle Group
Courtesy Procycle

Jean Poisson heads Rocky Mountain Bicycles

Procycle Group President Raymond Dutil has announced that the Rocky Mountain Bicycles and Procycle IBD divisions will now be merged in one division, namely Rocky Mountain Bicycles.

This decision will increase our company’s performance on a number of levels,” explained Mr. Dutil. “It will help us better face the challenges of market globalization and simplify business relations with the Procycle dealers network..”

Jean Poisson, General Manager, Rocky Mountain Bicycles

Mr. Jean Poisson is the new General Manager of the Rocky Mountain division, effective today. Working out of the Vancouver office, he will supervise a sales manager based in St-Georges de Beauce, who will be responsible for all Procycle Group brands in Canada (RM, Oryx, Mikado, Miele). In addition to merging these two divisions, Mr. Poisson will continue the excellent work of his Rocky Mountain predecessor while further developing the Group’s position as leader among independent retailers.

Denis Jutras, General Manager, Bodyguard® Fitness

The current General Manager of Rocky Mountain Bicycles, Mr. Denis Jutras, will move into the position of General Manager of the Bodyguard® Fitness division, in St-Georges de Beauce, beginning in June. “I would like to thank Mr. Jutras for five years of hard work, during which Rocky Mountain Bicycles became a top performer on a number of international markets,” concluded Mr. Dutil.

 


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