Mevotech is pleased to announce the appointment of Vic Dirkes to the position of Director of Sales – West in the US, reporting to Don Keeling, National Director for Traditional Sales.

Vic will be responsible for identifying and targeting accounts and growing long-term relationships and in turn, Mevotech’s market share in the western United States.  Vic will be actively involved in regional account relationships in; Arizona, Alaska, California, Colorado, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, New Mexico, Oregon, Utah and Washington.

Vic joins Mevotech with over 20 years of experience in sales and customer service including 10 years as Senior Territory Manager for RPS Marketing in Northern California as well as Regional Sales Manager for R&B Inc.

“Vic personifies the Mevotech spirit,” says Don Keeling, National Director of Traditional Sales for Mevotech.  “He has great energy and enthusiasm.  When coupled with his depth of experience and knowledge of the aftermarket, I believe we’ll see some big things from Vic.  We’re happy to have him join the Mevotech team.”

About Mevotech:

A North American market leader in the design and manufacture of chassis, steering, suspension and, driveline aftermarket parts, Mevotech has been revolutionizing the technician experience for over thirty-five years. The company’s Mevotech Supreme®, TTX and, TITAN-XF brands are Over-Built and engineered in Canada to include LaborSaver™ features such as bundled hardware and preassembled parts designed to make installations quicker and easier. Headquartered in Toronto, Ontario, Mevotech maintains 6 distribution warehouses within Canada and the US. Our field sales team delivers industry best support to a growing customer base, and our Technical Support Hotline provides a direct line to our engineering team for application and installation questions. For more information about Mevotech, visit

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