Atturo Tire Corp. Names New Northeast Sales Director

Atturo Tire Corp. Names New Northeast Sales Director

Tire industry veteran Jeremy Wurst joins Atturo with 15 years of experience in sales.

Atturo Tire Corp. is bolstering up its United States sales force with the addition of Jeremy Wurst as its new Northeast sales director. Wurst will service, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Delaware, New Jersey, Connecticut, Rhode Island, New York, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Vermont and Maine. Customers in this region can expect excellent service thanks to the proximity of Atturo’s warehouse in Latrobe, Pennsylvania. 

Atturo Tire Corp. is a private brand tire company with a mission to provide a range of sizes and fitments that meet the demands of both dealers and consumers through innovative engineering, aggressive styling, and premium quality at a competitive price point. Atturo’s full line of SUV, Light Truck, High Performance, Winter, Trailer, Commercial Vans, and most recently added UTV Tires, will be available to Distributors, Dealers, and Consumers across the Northeast United States.

“We think Jeremy is an excellent fit for our growing sales team,” states Karl Becker, general manager of Atturo Tire Corp. “Jeremy has a proven track record of driving growth for several other industry brands, and we are excited he is bringing those talents to our team here at Atturo.” 

Wurst is an industry veteran with more than 15 years of experience in sales. “I am excited to be part of such a rapidly expanding and innovative company like Atturo,” said Wurst. “I am looking forward to engaging with current and new distributors and dealers to help them realize the profitability of the Atturo product line while attracting a customer base that has come to realize the quality, innovation, and value of the Atturo brand.”

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