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Todd Miller joins Nameplate

By Press Releases
July 06, 2011 3:05 PM

Press Release:

 

CERRITOS, Calif. – Nameplate Inc. today announce the hiring of Todd Miller as sales executive. Miller, a former Association of Surfing Professionals Top-44 surfer and action sports industry veteran, will preside over corporate sales in Southern California with a focus on the action sports market.

 

"I am really excited about the opportunity to work with my friends in the business and with my favorite part of marketing--visual stuff," says Miller.

 

"I had a good run on the inside in the corporate world and as a business owner myself, and this is honestly a really cool next step for me. I get to work with the best print house in the business and with people all over the industry who I've known since I was kid... and I'm not the one having to sign the checks now, which is huge!"

 

Eric Wiltfong, Nameplate senior vice-president says: "We feel really honored to have someone of Todd's caliber on our team. I have worked with him since his days in marketing at Quiksilver, and our relationship continued when he founded Factor 54. He brings great perspective to our organization, and the energy that established him as one of the most likable personalities in the industry is going to be a great asset."

 

Parties interested in contacting Miller can reach him at t.miller@nameplate.net.

 

About Nameplate

 

Approaching its 50th anniversary, Nameplate Inc. is best known as a point-of-purchase display and sticker house, but it also specializes in custom screen printed decals, counter and floor graphics, floor mats/rugs, window clings, die-cut tranfer-cals and other print work on an array of surfaces. The Company's roster of clients includes major brands in the action sports industry, and it prides itself on second-to-none customer service.

 

 


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