The Stanton Group Promotes Tony Rodrigues to Vice President of Marketing
Hollywood, FL – May 21, 2008 – The Stanton Group, a leading audio equipment company operating Stanton Magnetics, Cerwin Vega! and KRK Systems, is proud to announce the promotion of Tony Rodrigues to Vice President of Marketing. Prior to this position, Tony has been responsible for new product development while serving as the Vice President of Technology and Business Development with The Stanton Group. In addition to his current duties, Tony will now also be accountable for providing the same strategic direction to the entire marketing division. His new responsibilities will include directing internal and external communications for all brands while strategically managing branding initiatives. As an executive operator, the brand directors and the product marketing group will report directly to him.
“Based on his experience and performance in his previous role, we are looking forward to seeing Tony apply his wealth of knowledge and strategic leadership to the marketing team,” said Stanton Group CEO Tim Dorwart. “Tony possesses a unique knowledge of all facets of our business which enables him operate on a macro level, ensuring the company stays on target to achieve our market share and revenue goals. We are truly fortunate to have Tony at the helm,” added Dorwart.
About Stanton Group
Headquartered in Hollywood, Fla., The Stanton Group, consisting of Stanton Magnetics, Cerwin Vega!, and KRK Systems, is a leading audio equipment company specializing in high quality products for professional DJs, studio monitors for the music industry, and home audio for consumers.
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