Helmet Home founders Bob Miller and Phil Bellomy are joined by the brand new possession group consisting of Dave Bertram, Scott Hyperlink, Don Becklin, and Randy Hutchings. (Helmet Home/)
Southern California powersport distributor, Helmet Home introduced that it has been bought to a gaggle of bike trade veterans who promise to take the revered components provider enterprise to the subsequent degree.
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“For greater than 50 years, the 2 of us have loved unbelievable success with Helmet Home,” founders Bob Miller and Phil Bellomy mentioned in a press launch.
“Now, as the corporate heads into its subsequent half-century, we transfer ahead with a contemporary new possession construction, together with Dave Bertram, Scott Hyperlink, Don Becklin, and Randy Hutchings,” Miller and Bellomy defined within the official press launch. “All 4 of the brand new homeowners have deep roots within the motorbike trade and a confirmed historical past of success. We’re sure that they, together with our current staff of extremely gifted workers, will keep on the Helmet Home legacy. As for us, we’ll retain possession within the firm, and shall be accessible as wanted to assist the brand new administration staff with Helmet Home’s long-range technique from our emeritus roles.
“From our humble beginnings, Helmet Home has grown to turn into a outstanding mainstay within the motorbike trade; reliably supplying motorbike sellers with prime manufacturers, together with Shoei, HJC, Tourmaster, Cortech, and Sena. Whereas adhering to our conventional enterprise values, we now have at all times empowered sellers and prospects by adopting versatile and dealer-friendly practices. We’re proactively pursuing this possession and management transition to make sure that Helmet Home continues its customer-first philosophy and heritage that has made the corporate and its companions so profitable up to now.”
The brand new homeowners embody among the most revolutionary gamers within the retail enterprise through the previous decade, together with Dave Bertram, the founding father of retail brick and mortar large Cycle Gear, Don Becklin, the founding father of Motorbike-Superstore and Motorbike-USA.com, Scott Hyperlink, the director of sales-North America for 20-plus years at Alpinestars, and present Helmet Home CFO Randy Hutchings, who has already been an integral piece of the corporate for the previous 15 years.
Collectively, this new staff shall be devoted to upholding the philosophy that has served Helmet Home and the retailers it has supported over the previous half-century: “By means of excellence and integrity, we at Helmet Home are devoted to bettering our enterprise by bettering the enterprise of our sellers.”