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ElliptiGO confirms new additions to marketing, service and sales teams

ElliptiGO, the pioneer and specialist in stand up cycling, has announced the hiring of two new team members. Whitney Krempin and Meg Treat have joined the staff at ElliptiGO’s world headquarters in Solana Beach, California. Krempin will take on the role of Inside Sales Representative, providing customer service and driving sales. Treat will procure strategic communications for the brand as Public Relations and Communications Manager.

“The best employees share your mission and vision, and both of these professionals live our values,” said Bryan Pate, CEO and co-founder of ElliptiGO. “Our company encourages and emphasizes care, inspiration, innovation, integrity, and – of course – fun. These values create a culture that we are proud of and that Whitney and Meg will help to reinforce.”

Whitney Krempin brings a depth of knowledge to her new role, with close to a decade of engaging with customers. She holds a bachelor’s degree in Communications from California State University San Marcos. As well, she offers her industry knowledge to the team as a former high school and collegiate athlete, coach, personal trainer and competitive runner. Krempin ran competitively in college and holds a personal best of 2:49 for the marathon. She is currently in training for the Chicago Marathon with hopes of qualifying for the 2020 Olympic Trials.

Meg Treat offers the marketing department a high level of education, as well as more than seven years of agency, in-house and consultancy experience. She holds a bachelor’s degree in Public Relations and Rhetorical Advocacy, a certificate in Strategic Communications Management, and a master’s degree in Communications. Treat has developed a specialty in the endurance and fitness space, bringing both professional experience and her personal passion to the position. Treat is four-time marathoner, ultramarathoner and fitness enthusiast. She is currently in training for both the Montana Marathon and Dallas Marathon.

ElliptiGO launched the first elliptical bicycle in 2010 and most recently, the first stand up bike. All ElliptiGO bikes aim to deliver a fun, comfortable and effective workout experience. ‘Combining the best of running, cycling and the elliptical trainer, ElliptiGO bikes deliver a strong cardiovascular workout that eliminates impact on joints and allows people to get out of the gym and enjoy the outdoors.’ The company adds that stand up cycling is an effective way to build fitness without aggravating injuries.

The full line of ElliptiGO bikes is distributed through specialty running, cycling and fitness retailers nationwide across the US, at the ElliptiGO headquarters in San Diego and online.

www.elliptigo.com

 

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