Picture of Polaris's new technical and warranty specialist Kenny Kay

New support for Polaris Technical and Service Department

Published:  27 March, 2018

Polaris has appointed Kenny Kay as technical and warranty specialist.

Kenny joins the ATV manufacturer directly from the military where he completed a lengthy and extensive hands-on mechanical career.

He is currently undergoing the comprehensive Polaris induction and training programme before starting his role which involves meeting dealers and their mechanics.

‘Kenny possesses a vast range of technical knowledge of all types of vehicles and he can’t wait to apply this knowledge and experience to the ever-growing range of Polaris products,’ said Polaris Technical Department’s Sam Merrifield.

Even one of Kenny’s hobbies – alongside running and ice hockey – is rebuilding engines.

Kenny says what attracted him to Polaris was a great opportunity to work with quads, side-by-sides and motorcycles in such a progressive and professional environment.

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