Mammut North America hired Ben Eagleton as marketing coordinator, Nash Welch as customer service and internal sales representative, Tiffany Fox as key account manager and Dave Bottomley as North American sales manager.

Eagleton will support Maddie Baker, who joined Mammut North America as marketing manager in early 2019. Eagleton recently graduated from the University of Oregon, in addition to working at Locus Marketing in Eugene, OR. An avid skier, climber, and outdoorsman, he has relocated to Colorado.

Welch joins Mammut from The Outdoor Gear Exchange where he was working as the department head for footwear. Fox joins Mammut with a background in retail management, sales, marketing, and most recently as a designer at ski brand Spyder for the previous 5 years. Graduating from CSU with B.S. in Apparel Design, Fox is an avid outdoors-woman and her background gives her a unique and coveted perspective of the product life cycle and the needs of the end consumer.

Bottomley has over 12 years of experience in the outdoor industry. He most recently came from Full Stack Supply Co, the parent company for Faction Skis, Roxy Skis, and FW Apparel, as the North American Director. He spent 5 years with Full Stack/Faction managing the North American customer service, sales, finance and marketing teams. Bottomley said, “I am excited to continue to work for a Swiss Brand with a focus on premium products that allow people to enjoy the outdoors. I am looking forward to working with our sales agents in every corner of this continent to also bring our customers premium service while growing the brand.”

“With the state of the industry currently, we are more than ever dedicated to creating growth opportunities and exemplary customer experience across all channels,” said Mammut-North America Managing Director Kris Kuster. “We are pleased to announce a growth pattern over 2018 and aim to continue to support our customers, consumers, and employees in the region by operating as the premium performance brand that we are through strategic tactics and focused employment, of which these three new talented personnel are an indicator of.”