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Melissa McCoy has been promoted to marketing director for Nisus Corporation.

| December 28, 2012

Melissa McCoy. Photo courtesy of Nisus Corporation.

 

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. - Melissa McCoy has been promoted to Marketing Director at Nisus Corporation.

McCoy joined the company in 2004 when Nisus established a new Marketing Department. Along with a science background, she has more than 25 years of experience in writing and editing, graphic design, and print and web publication at universities, publishing companies, newspapers and graphic arts companies, Nisus said.
 
“Melissa has been an integral part of our team,” says Jim Gorman, Corporate Vice President of Marketing at Nisus. “Her dedication to the company and the quality of her work has been exceptional.” 
 
Learn more about Nisus Corporation at nisuscorp.com.
 
 

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