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February 15/13 12:52 pm - Live to Play Sports Launches Crankbrothers Service Centres in Canada

Posted by Editoress on 02/15/13

Live to Play Sports (LTP), Canada's leading bicycle and cycling products distributor, is proud to announce the launch of their Canadian crankbrothers service centres to dealers across the country, effective immediately.

LTP has been distributing crankbrothers products for nearly a decade to specialty bike retailers. Known for their performance driven parts (pedals, wheels, posts, stems and bar) and trail-friendly accessories, crankbrothers have been an iconic staple in the market for the pro-elite rider to the general weekend enthusiast. With two locations (Port Coquitlam, B.C. and Woodbridge, ON), LTP has a team of educated customer service and technical staff positioned to help support dealers with their crankbrothers needs.

"The ultimate goal is to drive added confidence in crankbrothers products in the market, for both consumers and retailers," said Paul Nielson, LTP national sales manager. "We love to service what we sell and keep people riding."

"We are very happy to be working with Live to Play Sports, and we are especially proud of the crankbrothers service centres they recently established," said Amanda Schaper, crankbrothers marketing manager. "With two locations in Canada, Live to Play Sports will be able to provide timely service to all dealers. Our tech and warranty manager, Tim Young, has personally worked with the mechanics at the new crankbrothers service centres, and he is extremely confident in their abilities. With Live to Play Sports, we know that Canadian dealers will be receiving the highest level of crankbrothers support and service."

Should any challenges arise on the trail or should riders simply require general maintenance and care, LTP staff are confident that their local service centre capabilities will minimize down-time and optimize the overall crankbrothers ride experience.


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