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Lippert Components names Jason Falk vice president of mergers and acquisitions

LCI Industries’ subsidiary Lippert Components, which makes accessories for myriad industries, has named Jason Falk vice president of mergers and acquisitions. He has been promoted from his previous title of vice president of operations. He will handle all M&A activity for Lippert Components.

A 1996 graduate of Alma College, Falk began his LCI career after graduating, entering the company’s leadership in training program. Falk has held many positions at LCI during his career.

Jason Falk

Jason Falk

“Jason Falk has been a loyal teammate and friend for well over 20 years,” Jason Lippert, LCI CEO, said in a statement. “Throughout his tenure at LCI, he’s been directly responsible for the financial success of a number of LCI divisions. He has been involved with several acquisitions over the last couple years, most notably Taylor Made, which LCI acquired earlier this year. Jason’s operation and team-building experience, along with his vast knowledge of how LCI functions on a day-to-day basis, from its culture to its strategy, make him the perfect person to not only lead, but also grow, the M&A initiative at LCI.”

Added Falk, “I am excited to enter into this next chapter in my journey with LCI. I’m appreciative for this opportunity to be directly involved with adding new products, team members and customers to LCI through the M&A process. We have a stellar track record with our M&A initiatives. I look forward to the challenges ahead as we continue to grow our business.”

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