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LINPAC welcomes new marketing team

LINPAC Materials Handling is pleased to announce the addition of Lisa A. Cawley, Marketing and Customer Service Manager, and Kimberly S. Stone, Marketing Associate, to the company's sales and marketing team. Both are based at the company's Georgetown location.

Ms. Cawley will oversee advertising, public relations, and marketing activities for LINPAC's line of reusable plastic bulk containers and totes. She will also provide leadership to the company's customer service staff.

Previously, Ms. Cawley managed marketing services during her nine-year career at Holley Performance Products in Bowling Green, KY. Her responsibilities included directing both marketing and customer service activities for that company. Prior to that, she managed sales administration and market and forecast analysis at Allied Signal Automotive Aftermarket in East Providence, RI.

Ms. Stone joins LINPAC full-time from her previous position as a Marketing Intern with the company. She is responsible for assisting in the execution of marketing strategies and collateral development. She will also serve as the primary contact for all editorial inquiries.

Ms. Stone's career includes experience in marketing, customer relationship management, and sales in both the medical and retail fields. She is a graduate of Morehead State University, Morehead, KY, with a BA in business marketing.

"Both Lisa and Kim bring experience and innovative ideas to our marketing communications efforts," says Warren MacDonald, Sales and Marketing Manager for LINPAC Materials Handling. "We're very pleased to have them both on board."

LINPAC Materials Handling manufacturers ROPAK reusable bulk containers and totes. These products are used in warehousing, manufacturing, transportation, and distribution to replace single trip paper, cardboard and metal packaging.