Volcon ePowersports Names Director of Sales

Volcon ePowersports Names Director of Sales

Newly appointed Doug Cline has 15 years of experience in operations, strategy and business development.

Volcon Inc. (“Volcon” or the “Company”), founded as the first all-electric, off-road powersports company, announced the appointment of Doug Cline as its new director of sales for the United States. With over 15 years of experience in operations, strategy and business development, Cline brings a proven track record of driving growth and executing successful sales strategies, Volcon said.

Cline’s appointment marks a significant step forward for Volcon ePowersports as it continues to innovate and expand its presence in the electric powersports industry, the company said.

Cline holds an MBA in Project Management, which showcases his commitment to excellence and strategic thinking, Volcon aded. As the former director of OEM partnerships at Dominion DMS, he played a pivotal role in negotiating and closing strategic partnerships with industry-leading SaaS companies. His efforts significantly expanded product offerings and market reach, leading to a reduction in churn rate and driving customer retention and satisfaction, according to Volcon.

Throughout his career, Cline has received numerous accolades, including being recognized as the #1 District Sales Manager for increasing retail sales and customer satisfaction scores. “His strategic approach and commitment to excellence have consistently positioned him as a top achiever in the automotive and recreational sales industry,” Volcon said.

“We are thrilled to welcome Doug to the Volcon team as our new director of sales for the United States,” said Jordan Davis, CEO of Volcon ePowersports. “Doug’s wealth of experience, strategic thinking, and commitment to excellence will undoubtedly elevate our sales team and contribute significantly to the continued growth and success of Volcon.”

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