Walker joins Get 2 It Sales as Parts Manager

Walker joins Get 2 It Sales as Parts Manager

logo.2013.get2it.jpgSpartanburg, SC, :  Get 2 It Sales, a leading distributor of parts for small displacement ATV’s, dirt bikes, go-karts, mopeds, and scooters that are manufactured in China, Europe, and Taiwan from the likes of Baja, E-Ton, Peace, Tao-Tao, and TOMOS (to name a few), has added Carroll Walker to their team as Parts Manager. Carroll’s responsibilities include forecasting, sourcing, and maintaining Get 2 It Sales parts inventory. He will also support various sales activities.

 “Get 2 It Sales is excited to have Carroll on board,” said Troy Moore II, General Manager of Get 2 It Sales. Moore also adds that “Carroll brings with him a vast range of knowledge not only from his years in the power sports industry, but also from his experience outside of this industry.”

In recent years, Carroll has worked for CBL Properties as the Specialty Leasing Manager. There he negotiated leasing contracts, negotiated ad space, managed special events, and created projection and annual reports. Prior to CBL Properties, Carroll was the Compliance and Operations Manager with Assure Alliance where he oversaw compliance of 120 agencies, conducted new member orientations, and managed various other aspects of operations. However, most fitting are the 7 years Carroll spent from 2003-2010 with US Serv Tec, the support company for E-Ton ATV’s and scooters.  There he served as the Parts and Operations manager establishing procedural guidelines, forecasting and ordering spare parts, and preparing new model role outs. Carroll’s success was demonstrated by maintaining a 98% or better fill rate. 

“I’m excited to join a leading company such as Get 2 It Sales,” said Walker. “Get 2 Its culture, staff, and desire to grow their business as well as that of their customers make this an exciting opportunity. I learned a lot over the past 3 years from other industries, but I really look forward to reconnecting with dealers I’ve dealt with in the past and those I will soon meet. It feels like home again.”