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Mars Air Systems Announces Organizational Changes

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Mars Air Systems, manufacturer of air curtains, announced the restructuring of its sales and marketing team.

| April 18, 2012

Mars Air Systems, manufacturer of air curtains, announced the restructuring of its sales and marketing team. This organizational change will bring more focus and direction to each department.

 James Gill, VP of Sales, will be managing Mars’ manufacturers reps, both domestically and internationally, as well as the inside sales team and the customer service department.

 Julie Konowitz will oversee the newly created marketing department as VP of marketing.

Emily Hanson has promoted to marketing mg initiatives, along with advertising, web development, and strategic marketing initiatives to help grow sales.

 

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