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GreenPower names new VP, sales and marketing

Posted on January 25, 2018

GreenPower Motor Company Inc. announced that Ryne Shetterly has joined GreenPower’s executive team as VP, sales and marketing.

In his new role, Shetterly will shape green policies, build brand awareness, and help lead the sales and marketing team to propel the electric vehicle market forward. Prior to joining GreenPower, Shetterly served as sales manager at Complete Coach Works in Riverside, Calif., where he managed the ZEPS (Zero Emission Propulsion System) remanufactured all-electric powered bus.

“Ryne Shetterly brings a wealth of industry knowledge and expertise to GreenPower,” said Brendan Riley, president of GreenPower. “His diverse skill set is the right one as we open our Southern California sales office and pursue sales opportunities in the zero-emissions marketplace.”

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