EMP: RAMP Sports Hires Two New Production Specialists
June 6, 2013
New Employees Will Help Increase Production To Meet Rising Demand
Press Release from RAMP Sports
Park City, UT (June, 6, 2013) - RAMP Sports is pleased to announce that it has hired two new production specialists dedicated to increasing production of RAMP skis and snowboards to meet rising consumer demand.
Doug Webster and Carmen May both join the RAMP team effective immediately and will be using their skills to increase production capacity in advance of the 2013-2014 ski season.
Doug Webster is a natural addition to the RAMP family after years of competitive skiing and as an educator. Doug’s responsibilities will include management and operation of RAMP’s new digital machinery.
“Doug and I have known each other for a long time now,” said CEO and Founder of RAMP Sports Mike Kilchenstein. “I’m glad to have him as part of our team, his wisdom and new perspective will help us evolve into a more efficient production position and better leverage our investment in new machinery.”
Carmen May moves positions at RAMP from intern to fulltime production associate. May earned a marketing degree from Waynesburg University before joining the RAMP team fulltime.
“RAMP gave me a great opportunity and I just knew I would be back,” said May. “During that time away, I developed a great appreciation and love for the ski industry and jumped at the offer to be a permanent member of the staff.”
Meet Doug and Carmen at RAMP’s state of the art factory in Park City, UT.
About RAMP Sports:
Based in Park City, UT, RAMP Sports is a ski and snowboard company that brings expertly handcrafted gear to skiers and snowboarders at factory direct prices. RAMP is a 100% Utah based company from design and development to production, in its state of the art facility in Park City. RAMP is skier and rider owned making top-quality skis and boards using its groundbreaking manufacturing techniques.