Takeuchi Announces Addition in Marketing Department

The new hire has a specialty in social media and creative design tasks.

Tue March 29, 2016 - National Edition
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Elise Garner.
Elise Garner.

Atlanta, GA: Takeuchi-US has announced that Elise Garner has joined the marketing department performing social media and creative design tasks, effective immediately. The move is part of the continued growth at Takeuchi and is a completely new position for the company.

As the marketing Social Media / Creative Design Associate, her core responsibilities will be to run and develop their social media campaign, as well as assist the marketing department with creative work and additional projects. Her experience in these areas will aid the marketing department in achieving their goals and objectives as they continue to grow. Garner's previous experience included Loud Spikes Marketing as a marketing intern, where she constructed event-marketing campaigns, planned and wrote creative copy for marketing campaigns, and managed social media accounts.

“As our marketing efforts continue to grow, we needed to also grow internally and Elise fits the position very well and we are excited to have her,” says Tammie Snodgrass, National Marketing Manager. “She has a great deal of potential and brings with her new insights to continue to push our brand further.”

For more information on Takeuchi excavators, skid steers, track loaders, or wheel loaders, visit www.takeuchi-us.com. Follow Takeuchi on Facebook or on Twitter @TakeuchiMFG.

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