Lubrication Specialties Makes Marketing Hire and Promotion

Lubrication Specialties Announces Marketing Hire and Promotion

Matthew Steinmetz was named field marketing rep and Kaysie Keen was promoted to a newly created position of field marketing manager.

Lubrication Specialties announces new support for Hot Shot’s Secret field events with the addition of Matthew Steinmetz to field marketing representative and the promotion of Kaysie Keen to a newly created position, field marketing manager.

Keen previously served in a support role in the marketing department as a marketing project specialist. In her new role, she will now report to Kyle Fischer, Hot Shot’s Secret’s director of field marketing & partnerships. In this new role, Keen will manage all event assets, inventory, track and report on field sales, assist with contract negotiations, monitor and screen sponsorship applications, and coordinate all event details, Lubrication Specialties said.

Steinmetz, a diesel race enthusiast, recently joined LSI in March to add field support for the Hot Shot’s Secret brand at consumer and trade events. In this role, Steinmetz will develop social media campaigns to drive sales, support and develop new dealers, collaborate on marketing and product collateral, and provide customer tech support as needed and will also report to Kyle Fischer, according to the company.

Lubrication Specialties President, Brett Tennar said, “We are excited to have Matthew join our team and Kaysie is a perfect fit for the field marketing manager’s position. She is very detail-oriented and will help our shows run smoothly. Matthew is already known here as he has attended many of our events in the past and knows our products inside and out. He is well known at pulling events and has great people skills. With over 30 race events scheduled for 2024, not to mention our trade events, the timing could not be better to have additional field support for Hot Shot’s Secret.”

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