SCOTTSDALE, AZ -- 11/12/08
In response to the growing demand for its signature old-school customs, Sucker Punch Sally's today announced the addition of Alex McClelland to its staff. McClelland will serve as Sucker Punch Sally's dealer operations manager and will focus on sales and growth, adding new dealers to the network and developing marketing assets for existing dealers.
McClelland attended Purdue University and graduated at the top of his class from the Western Culinary Institute. He comes to Sucker Punch Sally's with over five years of corporate sales experience for companies like Sysco Food Services and Xerox, which offers one of the top five sales training programs in the world. He has experience with both domestic and international customers, including Fender Musical Instruments, the University of Phoenix and Discount Tire. Originally from Frankfort, Indiana, McClelland now resides in Arizona with his dog Jack.
"Sucker Punch Sally's is growing, and we want to respond to customer demand by both improving and expanding our dealer network," said Christian Clayton, president of Sucker Punch Sally's. "We needed someone to help with dealer development, and given Alex's experience, we couldn't have asked for a better fit."
Sucker Punch Sally's currently has 25 dealers throughout the United States, a number the company hopes to expand to 50 by 2009. But in addition to growing its dealer network and motorcycle model line, Sucker Punch Sally's has also expanded into another market. This summer, Sucker Punch Sally's introduced the public to its newest venture - the launch of SPS Beverage Company. Currently the beverage line includes the Original Octane energy drink and Sucker Punch Shine, a refined version of classic moonshine, but additional beverages are in the works.
For more information on Sucker Punch Sally's, please visit www.suckerpunchsallys.com or call (480) 778-9500. For more information on Sucker Punch Sally's beverages, please visit www.spsbeverageco.com.
About Sucker Punch Sally's
Founded in 2002, Sucker Punch Sally's continues to stay true to its traditional biker values by providing the best stripped-down bobbers and choppers at the most reasonable prices. The old-school, no-nonsense bikes that started Sucker Punch Sally's are the bikes the crew still builds today, only now with the convenience of modern manufacturing practices. The Traditional and the 66 Bobber both received industry awards for 2007 and are the two models that the company was founded on. The company has the capacity to build 100 bikes a month at its manufacturing facility in Scottsdale, Ariz., including the widely anticipated Swinger. Sucker Punch Sally's model line has been built up to six different models, with the additions of the stealthy Slim and the retro-styled Hot Rod.