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Fletcher to leave GANA


January 12, 2017
By GANA

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Jan. 12, 2017 –  The Glass Association of North America has announced that Erin Fletcher, Director of Marketing for GANA will leave the organization to pursue a new opportunity as Account Director for EAG Advertising & Marketing. Fletcher has served as the Director of Marketing for GANA for the last three years.

“Working for GANA has been a true privilege and an invaluable experience. I’ve been inspired both by the ambition and talent of my co-workers as well as that of our dedicated members,” shares Fletcher. “Working for GANA has given me the chance to hone my skills as a marketing professional. This new position is a wonderful opportunity to advance my career goals.”

Since 2013, Fletcher has provided marketing strategy, graphic design, news updates and website development services to GANA. She has authored numerous GANA Perspective columns in USGlass Magazine, driven membership recruitment efforts and ensured GANA events receive ample exposure.

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“Erin has been a tremendous asset to the GANA team. Her marketing expertise has helped us maintain a strong brand across a multitude of audiences. With her help we have successfully launched a new website and made multiple enhancements to annual GANA events,” shares Stanley Yee, GANA President, Board of Directors. “She will be missed and we wish her the best in her future endeavors”

As GANA seeks to name a full-time replacement for the Director of Marketing position, an outsourced marketing solution has been secured to assist in coordinating the exceptional GANA events being planned for Spring of 2017 including the Building Envelope Contractors Conference to be held February 6-8, 2017 in Las Vegas and the Annual Meeting which will take place March 14-17, 2017 in Hilton Head, South Carolina.

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