Mighty Announces Several New Hires To Support Company Growth

Mighty Auto Parts Announces New Hires To Support Growth

Mighty’s newest team members, Sunny Muehlberger, Elvia Vega and Kyle Brown, further strengthen the company’s service offerings.

Mighty Auto Parts recently announced three new hires to support its continued growth servicing the automotive aftermarket.

Mighty’s newest team members, Sunny Muehlberger, Elvia Vega and Kyle Brown, further strengthen the company’s service offerings. The recent hires, employed for their diverse talents and skills, will work at Mighty’s home office in Peachtree Corners, Georgia. 

“We’re very excited to welcome Sunny, Elvia and Kyle to the Mighty team,” said Josh D’Agostino, president and CEO. “Each of our new hires brings innovative ideas, great experience and a fresh original approach to their respective roles. I’m looking forward to their contributions as we continue to grow the Mighty System.”

Sunny Muelberger joins Mighty as a senior product manager. She brings more than 22 years of experience in automotive aftermarket with Genuine Parts Co.

While at GPC, Muelberger held responsibilities in IT with barcode quality assurance, sales as a district manager, managing commercial markets in operations, and product management. Her extensive product management experience includes managing NAPA’s filter program, batteries, electrical, heavy-duty lines and the Dorman program. 

At Mighty, Muelberger will have product responsibility for filtration, batteries and wiper blades. 

Elvia Vega joins the marketing department as a marketing coordinator. She has more than five years of marketing experience in industries ranging from med spas to finance.

In her role, Vega will be responsible for overseeing the strategic digital initiatives and representing the Mighty brand across various social media channels. Vega currently is pursuing a Bachelor of Business Administration degree from the University of Georgia. 

Kyle Brown joins the marketing team as a marketing specialist. In his role, he also supports all strategic digital initiatives as well as in-house video production. Brown currently is a senior at Georgia State University, pursuing a Bachelor of Arts degree in Film & Media. 

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