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Bruno Maier to leave RockyMounts

Published March 21, 2017

BOULDER, Colo. (BRAIN) — RockyMounts' president, Bruno Maier, will be leaving the company at the end of this month to return to Ohio to be closer to his family. In mid-April, he'll be taking on an entrepreneurial role with a company in the outdoor industry, he said.

Since Maier joined the company in October 2013, RockyMounts has managed an average revenue growth of 22 percent per year. The company launched 12 new rack products, relocated its headquarters to a facility three times larger, and updated its operating systems.

"While I'm disappointed I won't be with RockyMounts during its continued growth, I'm proud that we've been able to position the company for further expansion," said Maier, who previously held positions at Huffy Bicycle Company, Pacific Cycle, Cycling Sports Group and PeopleForBikes.org.

He continued, "In the last three years we've been able to expand from top-of-car offerings to hitch racks, truck mount systems, and a swing-away platform rack. 2018 will see RockyMounts introduce products in completely new categories that fit its brand and culture."

RockyMounts founder Bobby Noyes said, "We've grown our staff and rep force significantly, our distribution is more diverse than ever, and we have new marketing initiatives and categories on the way. Bruno helped put us on a growth trajectory and we are psyched to continue with our dealers on that path."

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