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BH, Pivot Adds to Sales Staff

Published January 28, 2011

TEMPE, AZ (BRAIN)—Pivot Cycles and BH Bikes have added Travis Erwin to their staff.

Erwin fills the role of inside sales specialist, joining Brien Gonzales and Brock Boynton. His territories include Arizona, Utah, Pennsylvania, Delaware, West Virginia, Virginia, Maryland, Tennessee, North Carolina, South Carolina, Alabama and Georgia. As an inside sales specialist, he will be responsible for managing outside reps, providing customer service and handling dealer relations, according to a press release.

“Travis will be a great asset to the company. We are excited to have him on board, and expect nothing but the best level of customer service from him,” said Daniel Limburg, terrestrial sales manager

Originally hailing from San Jose, California, Erwin majored in Philosophy at the University of Florida. He comes to BH Bikes and Pivot Cycles, from GlobalTranz where he worked as an operations coordinator. Prior to that, Erwin worked for a number of shops around the country.

Erwin is a competitive cyclist, and lives in Fountain Hills, Arizona, with his wife, Sarah, and four-year-old daughter, Ella.

With Erwin, BH Bikes and Pivot Cycles now have a complete team of three inside sales specialists. Brien Gonzales has been with the company for two years, and is the lead inside sales specialist. He has worked as a lead sales position and purchaser for multiple bikes shops in the Dallas, Texas area. Gonzales handles the territories for four outside sales reps, California, Texas, Indiana, Ohio and Kentucky. Gonzales also works with accounts where there is no outside sales rep available.

Brock Boynton has been with the company since July 2010. A former outside sales rep, his insight and ability to talk with our customers is above excellent. Boynton handles the territories for three outside sales reps, Alaska, Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Montana, Wyoming, Colorado, New Mexico, Minnesota, Wisconsin, New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Vermont, New Hampshire and Maine.

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