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Bird-B-Gone Adds Communication Specialist

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Jasmine Kashani, a professional with proficiency in social media platforms and public relations, is the newest member of the company’s marketing team.

| March 4, 2013

IRVINE, Calif. – Bird-B-Gone has announced the addition of Jasmine Kashani to its expanding corporate office. Kashani brings nearly a decade of marketing and public relations knowledge to the business.

Focusing on the company’s social media presence and copywriting, Kashani now serves as a member of the growing marketing team for Bird-B-Gone. Her responsibilities will include but are not limited to, corporate and social communication material development, marketing project management, marketing analytics, and business expansion.

“Jasmine has considerable experience in developing and executing strategic communications plans that support product and brand activities,” said Bruce Donoho, founder and owner, Bird-B-Gone.  “Her proficiency in public relations will complement our distinguished marketing team and help us increase our brand’s presence in the industry.”

Kashani now serves as marketing specialist and brings several years of diverse communications industry experience to the position. Prior to joining Bird-B-Gone, Kashani served as a freelance communications writer, focusing on the real estate and financial industries. She earned a B.A. in communications with an emphasis in public relations from California State University, Fullerton, and gained nearly five years of corporate marketing and public relations experience before working as an independent contractor.
 

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