Non-Stop Music Announces Staff Changes
Salt Lake City - Sep 8, 2006 - As Non-Stop Music heads towards its 25th anniversary, the company has made some changes in regional offices following the promotion of Tim Arnold to the role of vice president and national sales manager.
David Noble, who until recently was managing the UK office, has now moved to New York to target the East Coast sales and marketing effort, teaming with Andy Lykens who joined the company last year. From the New York office, Lykens will manage all film trailers (East Coast), national TV promotions and programming, corporate, post houses (production) and government. David Noble will handle ad agencies, post houses (ad campaigns) and local TV, radio and cable for the East Coast.
In the meantime, Micki Peel, who until recently was responsible for the New York/East Coast region, has relocated to Non-Stop's LA office and will handle ad agencies, post houses, corporate clients and broadcast in Alaska, Hawaii, Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Nevada, Arizona, New Mexico, British Columbia and the Yukon. Peel will also be in charge of all ad agencies, broadcast and post houses north of Los Angeles.
Finally, Mike Hicks, based at Non-Stop Music's Salt Lake City headquarters, adds additional territories and areas of business to his portfolio, giving him oversight of all ad agencies, post houses, corporate and broadcast clients in Montana, Wyoming, Utah, Colorado, North Dakota, South Dakota, Nebraska, Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas, Minnesota, Iowa, Missouri, Arkansas, Louisiana, Wisconsin, Illinois, Mississippi, Michigan, Indiana, Kentucky and Tennessee. In Canada, he adds the areas of Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, the Northwest Territories and Nunavut.
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