David is an all around athlete and very competitive. We don’t partner with people based on their educational background, we partner with people who have grown up competing.
Rockaway Beach, NY (PRWEB) October 12, 2012
Tampa, Florida based David Loyd has joined stand up paddleboard supplier The H2O Generation as the Florida- Gulf Coast Sales Rep. Loyd will combine his background in sales and marketing with his athletic competitive side to sell to retail stores in the competitive SUP industry. His territory will extend from Cape Coral to Tallahassee in Florida.”David is an all around athlete and very competitive. We don’t partner with people based on their educational background, we partner with people who have grown up competing.” stated The H2O Generation owner Kelley Brooke. “David is a competitor and will do very well with sales on the West Coast of Florida.”
Loyd resides with his wife and son in Safety Harbor, Florida. He is a competitive endurance challenge athlete, a competitive mountain bike racer, a skateboarder, a wake boarder and a stand up paddle boarder. “I am so excited to join this company. It’s laid back but competitive nature really interested me”. said Loyd. “The H2O generation is a solid company with small town values. It was not a hard decision to join the team.”
Loyd joins Florida sales reps Ryan Pena (mid- Atlantic), Paul Taylor (NE Florida) and Pawel Pluciennik (Southern Florida). David can be reached at DLoyd@theh2ogeneration.com
The H2O Generation is a stand up paddleboard manufacturer that has introduced a line of innovative stand up paddleboards hybrid with that familiar retro surfboard design. H2O Generation products appeal to the classic surfer, but satisfy the adventurer in everyone. The company believes that stand up paddling is more than just taking control of the waves or the feeling of cruising along the glassy waters at sunset. To the H2O Generation, it’s a movement, a thirst for life and adventure while staying grounded in old school surfing values.
Classic surfing + Innovation = The H2O Generation