Wally Wilson – Co-Owner | Sales |
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- Over 35 years of business ownership
More about Wally:
I spend the majority of the riding season laying out trail for the Jake-Tom Enduro, which is part of the ACES series. I also volunteer my time during the season to help run checks at the ACES enduros.
Debbie Wilson – Accounting | Sales | Marketing
Well, I guess you could say I joined the Wheelsports team when I first started dating my now husband, Wally Wilson, in 1985 after being introduced by my parents at a HVMC enduro. I traveled the country with him, assisting him and many other customers as a pit crew for hare scrambles and enduros. I started working in the “old shop” in 1990 selling walk behind mowers, saws/trimmers and gradually learning the parts department. I returned full time in 2004 to run the office side of the business and help with the day to day functions. You might find me selling a chainsaw, looking up parts for lawn equipment or setting up or rearranging the showroom accessories, along with many of behind the scene duties. When I’m not at a race track or event, you might find me meeting with my one of my two 4-H clubs that I’m a advisor for or training my own dog, Reese, who joins me at work every day.
- BS in Accounting, Franklin University
More about Debbie:
I grew up in Lithopolis, OH and was accustomed to going to the races at a young age. My dad started racing enduros in 1972. He raced the Ohio enduros, as many as 30+ a year, during the 1970s & 80s. So my life growing up was based around motorcycles and racing. His love for motorcycles was passed on to me as I began to ride dirt bikes, and later obtain my street bike license. Motorcycles have been a part of my life every day. I spend many weekends at the race tracks, as a pit crew or representing our business at events. Motorcycles are a lifestyle for me! I worked at Battelle Memorial Institute for 11 years in the accounting department prior to joining Wheelsports.
Heather Wilson – Marketing
Growing up in the family I did, I guess I was destined to love motorcycling. I made it my goal to combine work with my passion. I spent a year in California working for the Motorcycle Industry Council and Motorcycle Safety Foundation and moved back to Ohio in 2014 work as Associate Editor at the AMA.
During the evenings and weekends, you can find me helping out with the anything marketing, website or social media related for Wheelsports.
- Bachelor of Science in Journalism, Ohio University
- Minor in Communication Studies, Ohio University
- Certificate in Professional Sales, Ohio University's Schey Sales Centre
More about Heather:
I live and breathe for motorcycling. I spend nearly every weekend at a motorcycle race or event, and I wouldn't want it any other way.