Velocity Modern Classics Names Chief Revenue Officer

Velocity Modern Classics Names Chief Revenue Officer

Tom Maxwell joins the company with over seven years of experience in the custom vehicle space.

Velocity Modern Classics, custom car restoration and parts manufacturer, announced that Tom Maxwell has joined the Velocity team as its new Chief Revenue Officer.

Maxwell has an extensive background in the industry, with over seven years of experience as an executive in the custom vehicle space. He brings with him a deep knowledge of British and European vehicles, complimenting Velocity’s plans to diversify into new product lines, the company says.

“I am thrilled to be joining the team at Velocity Modern Classics,” said Maxwell. “When I first stepped through the doors at Velocity HQ it was immediately clear that the company is on a different level to other players in the space. Velocity’s proven ability to meet build timelines and quality standards is a cut above the norm. I am excited to be a part of the executive team at Velocity as we continue to push the envelope in this exciting and rapidly growing industry.”

In his new position, Maxwell will oversee both sales and marketing efforts to explore new opportunities for Velocity, drawing on his years of experience and relationships in the restomod industry.

For more information, visit www.velocityrestorations.com.

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