Orlando, FLA (May 30, 2018) – Veteran racer and carburetor technician Scooter Vester has joined the GET’M Garage team in a sales role. He will work directly with racers and provide product technical support to the company’s growing customer base.

“I’m proud to join the GET’M Garage family and think my skills and carburetor knowledge will be a compliment to the company,” Vester remarks. “Plus, knowing GET’M Garage’s commitment to racers fits well with my passion for all things racing.”

“Scooter is well respected in the sportsman racing community, and his wealth of industry knowledge and experience are a huge win for us and our customers,” comments Trevor Wiggins, co-owner of GET’M Garage. “He’s a great addition to the A-Team we’re continuing to build, and we’re pleased to have him join us.”

Prior to joining GET’M Garage, Vester served in the technical service department for Holley Performance Products. He spent more than six years with Quick Fuel Technologies, first as Production Manager and later in Sales and Technical Support. While with Quick Fuel, Vester developed the company’s widely successful stock/super stock carburetor and attended numerous races and events. Prior to that, he owned and operated Jett’s Automotive in Carlisle, Indiana, along with his father. He is truly a jack of all trades – having also worked in the Western Kentucky coal mines, as a certified Emergency Medical Technician and as a volunteer fire fighter – though his passion is carburetors and all things racing.

A successful racer in his own right, Vester has numerous class wins in both the stock and super stock categories and earned runner-up honors at the inaugural NHRA Sports Nationals at National Trail Raceway in Columbus, Ohio.

Originally from Sullivan, Indiana, Vester has lived throughout Southern Indiana and Kentucky. Along with his wife Misty and son Keaton, he now calls Bowling Green, Kentucky. In his spare time, Vester serves as crew chief for his son’s junior dragster and the family can regularly be found at Beech Bend Raceway Park, as well as tracks throughout the Midwest.