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Eperjesy, 47, starts the new job on Monday, Feb. 16, according to a press release by Arctic Cat.
“I am excited to join Arctic Cat, which is a strong power sports brand with tremendous opportunities for improved performance,” Eperjesy said. “The company’s industry and its financial needs complement my skillset. I’m looking forward to working together with the Arctic Cat team to contribute to the company’s growth goals.”
Eperjesy worked for Twin Disc since 2002. He also serves on the board of education for the Racine Unified School District.
The board of education will determine who will take Eperjesy’s spot.
“Chris has contributed a great deal to RUSD as a member of the Board of Education and in his leadership role as vice president,” said Lolli Haws, superintendent of Racine Unified. “He will be deeply missed and it will be a challenge to replace him. Though this is a big loss for Racine, we wish Chris and his family the best in this new endeavor.”