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Drew Camden Appointed as President of Rotor Riot

Navarre, OH. August 16, 2018.

Rotor Riot, LLC CEO, Chad Kapper has appointed Andrew (Drew) Camden as President of Rotor Riot, LLC effective immediately. Drew’s responsibilities will include all daily operations of Rotor Riot, LLC including product development, marketing, and worldwide distribution of Rotor Riot’s high performance multi-rotor components and accessories.

Drew attracted Rotor Riot’s attention in 2017 through his FPV (First Person View) Freestyle Videos on YouTube™. In 2016, Drew had moved from a standing start to a large world wide YouTube™ following in the new FPV Freestyle format of FPV multirotors. Drew quickly grew his number of followers through his online persona (Le Drib) with an artistic combination of his popular flying style and educational content.

Drew joined Rotor Riot in 2017 and quickly impacted the growth in Rotor Riot’s product development, online sales and reputation across the FPV community. Drew’s appointment is a milestone in Rotor Riot’s growth, both as a provider of tailored high performance multirotor products, and as a leader in expanding awareness of the multirotor hobby around the world.

Prior to his work at Rotor Riot, Drew moved swiftly up General Motors’ engineering organization and achieved the level of System Engineer at General Motors in Detroit, Michigan. Drew graduated from Tulane in 2013 with a BS in Engineering Physics.

“I’m humbled to be appointed to the President’s position of Rotor Riot” – says Drew. “I left a successful engineering career to pursue my passion for FPV freestyle. Working with Rotor Riot has given me to the chance to have a job that I love. I want to make sure the company can give other ambitious pilots that same opportunity by creating new jobs in this emerging industry. We have the best team of talented pilots who push each day to create educational and entertaining content that is inspiring the next generation of pilots to enter the hobby.”

“Goldman Sachs predicts a $100 billion market opportunity for drones by 2020. After seeing Drew proactively seize a leadership position within Rotor Riot, we had numerous conversations about the future of the company and how it will contribute to the growth of the industry. I’m excited and confident in Drew’s ability to lead, not only Rotor Riot, but the entire FPV Freestyle community to a bright future.” – Chad Kapper, CEO of Rotor Riot, LLC.

Rotor Riot, LLC, develops and distributes high performance multirotor components and delivers educational and entertainment video content in order to grow the worldwide FPV community.

More information about Rotor Riot, LLC may be found at http://www.rotorriot.com