Mustang Motorcycle Products has promoted Matt Kulman to Product Manager position.
Mustang Motorcycle Products LLC, the world’s leading manufacturer of aftermarket motorcycle seats, is proud to announce that Matt Kulman has been promoted to Product Manager for the Mustang Brand. Effective immediately, Kulman will oversee every aspect of bringing new seat designs to the market.
“Matt is absolutely the perfect person for this new position,” says Mustang’s VP/General Manager Mike Panasci. “He has been an integral part of both the sales and technical sides of Mustang for more than 20 years.” This extensive experience has given him a depth of knowledge and unique insight into the industry. “Matt’s new role will have a significant and positive impact on the Mustang Brand,” notes Panasci.
Kulman will continue to serve as Mustang’s technical advisor, but his responsibilities have now expanded to oversee all processes and communication between the design, manufacturing, sales and marketing teams. His role is to ensure the seamless release of new products as well as monitoring all existing products.
The creation of this new position coincides with Mustang’s physical expansion of their R&D department at their factory in Three Rivers, Massachusetts. This growth has Mustang on the look out for additional world-class designers to address the exciting new strategic expansion of the Mustang seat line.
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