Mustang Survival is Pleased to Announce That Bryan Price Has Joined


Mustang Survival’s business development team as Business Development Director, Military. Price, who previously worked at Mustang as a Product Manager, will take the lead in continuing to build and foster Mustang’s strategic partnerships in the military market.

Bryan brings with him extensive experience in developing large military contracts and managing geographically diverse teams. Before returning to Mustang to take on this strategic leadership role, Price worked in Product Management and Sales for an international power conversion company. Most recently he was an Area Sales Director and Customer Support Manager at Offshore Systems Ltd., a marine navigation systems developer. He is actively involved in the North American military community and is also an Officer in the Royal Canadian Navy Reserve.

“The Military Business Development Director role is an integral part of our strategy to continue developing innovative solutions and to solidify our partnerships in the military market,” commented Geoff Grover, Vice President, Business Development, at Mustang Survival, “Bryan brings with him the experience and leadership key to executing our long term business development initiatives and to continue expanding Mustang’s reach into our primary military markets.”

“I am extremely excited to return to Mustang Survival in this strategic role,” said Price, “I look forward to developing and bringing to market innovative and practical solutions that will help protect the many men and women who put their lives on the line.”

To learn more about Mustang Survival’s military solutions, visit

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