There are three new faces in new positions at Link-Belt.
Thomas Taylor Announced as Marketing Product Specialist
Link-Belt Cranes is pleased to announce the new hire of Thomas Taylor who has joined the product marketing group as Marketing Product Specialist for Rough Terrain Cranes. Taylor will provide marketing and sales support for rough terrain crane products to internal and distributor sales personnel.
Taylor brings rental and retail experience from a national trucking company as well as heavy equipment transportation experience from his ongoing service in the Kentucky Army National Guard. He is a graduate of the University of Kentucky, with a Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration.
Will Hatton Named Public Relations Specialist at Link-Belt
Will Hatton has been named Public Relations Specialist at Link-Belt Cranes effective June 19.
Hatton will coordinate job story creation, promoting new products and features via the company’s communication to trade press, distributors, and other target audiences. He will also handle maintenance of linkbelt.com with updates to product literature and specifications. Hatton is an eight-year veteran of the U.S. Army, having most recently worked for the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs in Big Spring, Texas. He has additional communications experience in television, radio, and other related mass-media
Casey Smith Named Supervisor, Marketing Information at Link-Belt
Casey Smith has been promoted to Supervisor, Marketing Information at Link-Belt Cranes effective April 1. In his new role, Smith will oversee website development, product marketing content, and the company’s communication with trade press.
Smith began his career at Link-Belt in 2012 as a Public Relations Coordinator, covering Link-Belt Cranes in the field with case studies on new machines, maintaining linkbelt.com, and assisting with creation of Link-Belt promotional materials. He has a Bachelor of Arts in Communication from the University of Kentucky, and a Master of Arts in Public Relations from Ball State University.
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