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BPI adds to Raybestos marketing team

Posted on July 29, 2014
Kristin Grons is responsible for marketing strategies for Raybestos brand brakes

Kristin Grons is responsible for marketing strategies for Raybestos brand brakes

Kristin Grons has joined Brake Parts Inc. (BPI) as marketing manager.

In her new role, Grons is responsible for marketing strategies for Raybestos brand brakes.

“We welcome Kristin to the Brake Parts Inc. team and are pleased to have her on board as our new marketing manager,” says Bruce Tartaglione, senior vice president global marketing and sales. “Her previous experiences make her the perfect person to initiate new, proactive programs that will help Raybestos brand brakes and its customers continue to grow their businesses together.”

Prior to joining BPI, Grons served as product and creative services manager for Intermatic Inc.

For more information on BPI, see www.brakepartsinc.com.

Related Topics: BPI, Brake Parts Inc., Kristin Grons, Raybestos

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