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Coastal Business Expands Marketing and Sales Teams
Coastal Business Supplies, Maryland Heights, Mo., has added two new employees to its sales and marketing teams at its headquarters in St. Louis.
Jennifer Quinn joins Coastal as its new art director, while Aleigha Miller takes over as the new sales account manager.
Quinn joins Coastal’s marketing team with more than two decades of experience as a graphic designer and art director. She most recently had the unique opportunity to design for the blind and visually impaired at Hadley in Winnetka, Ill. In her new role, Quinn will oversee all aspects of graphic design and art direction for the organization.
“Jennifer’s expansive portfolio and work history coupled with her eye for design makes her a great fit for our art director role,” says Bobby Fosson, Coastal sales manager. “Prior to Coastal, she worked with over 100 entrepreneurs to launch their new brands, and that experience will lend itself well to our industry.”
Miller joins Coastal’s sales team with more than five years of sales, customer service, and inventory experience. At Coastal, Miller will be responsible for growing the professional solutions division, which oversees large-format dye-sublimation, direct-to-garment (DTG), digital printing, and other decoration methods.
“Aleigha is a natural salesperson,” Fosson says. “While this is her first role in the product decoration industry, there is no doubt in my mind that she will quickly grow into the role and bring enormous value to our organization.” — D.S.
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