Brown joins Pedego 30A as VP of sales
Pedego 30A, the Emerald Coast’s first all-electric bicycle shop, recently announced the addition of Clint Brown to its expanding team. Brown will serve as VP of sales helping customers find the perfect Pedego suited to their style and needs. Located at WaterColor Crossing in Santa Rosa Beach, Pedego 30A is owned by South Walton residents Jason and Emily Medina.
“We’re thrilled to add Clint to our growing team at Pedego 30A,” said Jason Medina, a Destin native and U.S. Coast Guard retiree. “He brings both experience and enthusiasm when helping customers with everything from finding the perfect bike to where to explore the best off-road trails. He has an extensive history in sales and truly understands the customer dynamic. We’re experiencing some steadfast growth at this early stage in our business and adding Clint to our team means a better and more efficient service experience for our customers.”
A longtime local with 32 years of experience in the sales industry, Brown spent the previous eight years as the sales director for BOTE Paddleboards. Brown has a solid background in customer relations and outdoor recreational experience that are highly concentrated within the local area.
“I am excited to be at Pedego 30A working with the country’s No. 1 electric bike and in such a beautiful setting,” said Brown. “I look forward to building relationships with the Pedego 30A family and ensuring our customers are outfitted with the best bike for their needs and lifestyle.”
Helping the Emerald Coast go greener with the country’s No. 1 brand of electric bikes, the new store offers Pedego electric bikes for sale and rentals, WOOM children’s bikes and a number of accessories including Nutcase Helmets, Thule, ABUS, Yepp, Burley, and many more.
A green alternative geared toward exercise, recreation or everyday commuting, a Pedego bike is just like a regular bicycle — only better. They can be pedaled manually or electronically and get assistance up to 20 MPH thanks to Pedego’s PedalSense technology, giving riders a little extra help riding at five different power levels. Now locals and visitors have the freedom to go farther and faster, without getting too sweaty — a bonus during the toasty summer months.
Pedego 30A hours are 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday–Saturday. For more information or to reserve a bike rental, call 850-598-6380. Learn more about Pedego 30A at www.pedego30a.com and follow along on Facebook and Instagram at @pedego30a.