New York, NY, December 19, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- The Board of Directors of Electric Moto Corporation (Pink Sheets: EMOT) announced today the appointment of Mitch Leonard to the position of Chief Executive Officer. Electric Moto Corporation is a publicly traded company which develops state of the art “Green” Lifestyle electric vehicles and accessories. EMOT is preparing to launch its flagship vehicle: a 72 Volt Dual Sport electric motorcycle.
Mr. Leonard has more than eighteen years of experience in the motorcycle industry, ranging from the technical aspects of motorcycle design to manufacturing and production. In addition, he has extensive experience building and promoting race teams. His credentials include work with many of the premier names in the industry: American Honda Racing, Pro Circuit Racing, Suzuki Racing, Yoshimura Racing, Troy Lee Designs, Showa Suspension, Ohlins Suspension, and Dunlop Tire Corp.
Most recently, Mr. Leonard was the Product/Motorsports Development Manager for Azteq USA. In this position he oversaw the remodeling of a new facility and the development of a professional racing team. His responsibilities for Azteq also included managing sponsorships and the development of a highly competitive racing team.
For further information, please go to the company’s website: www.electricmoto.com.
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