JEPSON PROMOTED TO COMMUNICATIONS MGR
JENNIFER JEPSON PROMOTED TO COMMUNICATIONS MANAGER OF PHOENIX INTERNATIONAL RACEWAY
PHOENIX – Phoenix International Raceway President Bryan R. Sperber announced today the promotion of Jennifer Jepson to Communications Manager. In her new role, Jepson will manage daily operations in all areas for the company’s communications department.
“Jennifer has been an enthusiastic team player who has continued to make great contributions since joining our staff last year,” said Sperber. “We are confident that she will help our new communications team provide the level of outstanding service that we set as the standard for all areas of our company.”
Jepson joins recently hired Director of Communications, Dave Lockett, who joined Phoenix international Raceway earlier this year. Jepson originally joined the company in 2011 as Client Relations Coordinator in the sales & marketing department where she helped manage the activation of all corporate sponsorships.
“I am excited to take on this new position and develop strategic ways to build even stronger relationships with the media and our tremendously loyal fans,” Jepson said. “My past experience in sales and marketing will enhance my ability to add value to our department.”
Raised in Phoenix, AZ., Jepson graduated from Arizona State University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Journalism and Mass Communication.
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