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Rohan Joins Bell Laboratories as Marketing Coordinator

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Samantha Rohan joined Bell Laboratories’ marketing department in October 2010, as marketing coordinator where she provides marketing and sales support for Bell’s rodent control products in the U.S. and international markets.

| October 28, 2010

MADISON, WI – Samantha Rohan joined Bell Laboratories’ marketing department in October 2010, as marketing coordinator where she provides marketing and sales support for Bell’s rodent control products in the U.S. and international markets.

Rohan assists with planning and execution of Bell’s advertising programs with domestic and international publications. She works with Bell’s European and Australian offices to develop and translate relevant marketing materials and advertising. Among her other responsibilities, she coordinates Bell’s packaging, advertising and collateral development initiatives.

A 2009 graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire, Rohan holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in mass communications with an emphasis on marketing and advertising. Prior to joining Bell, she worked for the Eau Claire Press Company, marketing and promoting the company’s daily and weekly newspapers.

Rohan is based at Bell Laboratories’ headquarters in Madison, Wis.
  

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