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Enerpulse marketing exec is new CMO of NMAMA

Posted on August 21, 2014
Enerpulse marketing director, Heather Tausch will be responsible for overseeing the marketing initiatives for the NMAMA.

Enerpulse marketing director, Heather Tausch will be responsible for overseeing the marketing initiatives for the NMAMA.

Enerpulse Inc. announced that its marketing director, Heather Tausch, has joined the board of the New Mexico chapter of the American Marketing Association (NMAMA) where she will serve as the volunteer chief marketing officer (CMO).

In that role, she will be responsible for overseeing the marketing initiatives for the organization including the development of the NMAMA’s marketing plan and directing its communications to key stakeholders.

“We are delighted that Heather is sharing her professional expertise with us as our chief marketing officer,” said NMAMA president David Peabody. “She’s already brought many fresh ideas to the organization that will help us advance and promote the ideals, goals and values of NMAMA.”

Tausch joined Enerpulse Technologies in September, 2013, bringing 10 years of experience in marketing and sales. She is responsible for helping conceive, execute and manage the advertising, marketing and communications activities for Enerpulse’s many business lines, including the company’s Pulstar Spark Plug brand.

“Heather has proved a valuable asset to Enerpulse’s marketing efforts,” said Joseph Gonnella, CEO for Enerpulse Technologies. “Serving as the NMAMA’s CMO is a significant honor that attests to her abilities as a marketer.”

For more information visit www.enerpulse.com.

Related Topics: David Peabody, Enerpulse Inc., Heather Tausch, Joseph Gonnella, NMAMA, Pulstar Spark Plugs, Spark Pl

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