By on November 24, 2020

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It’s taken a bit longer than planned, but we have our newest news contributor all settled in and raring to go. Please Welcome Jason Sakurai to our little, weird corner of the car Internet. He’ll be our next newshound, stepping into the role Steph Willems vacated.

I’ll let him get into the specifics, but Jason comes from a background that mixes automotive enthusiast journalism and marketing and P.R. He’s got an interest in off-road vehicles and trucks and lives in the Pacific Northwest.

We’re excited to have him on board. We’ve been short-staffed for a while now, and his arrival means more of what you come to TTAC for — interesting, insightful, and thoughtful reporting on the automotive industry.

Please give him a warm welcome. He’ll be shepherding our news efforts for the foreseeable future, helping Matt and I and the rest of the team as we aim to keep you abreast of the happenings in the automotive world.

We’re excited to have our next top newsbot. Let’s keep ‘er rolling.

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