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Shure Announces Changes To Global Marketing Structure

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NILES, IL--Shure Incorporated has named four Associates to its new global marketing positions. Mark Brunner is now senior director of brand management. Brunner joined Shure in 1989 as a sales correspondent.
Stephen Kohler is now director of marketing strategy and planning. Kohler rejoined Shure in 2006 after spending several years working in marketing and brand management positions at Digital Innovations.

Jim Santilli is director of market research. Santilli joined Shure in 2002 with more than 20 years of marketing experience in the advertising, catalog, medical device and pro audio industries.

Scott Sullivan is senior director of product management. In this position, Scott will manage all Shure products, product lines, and product lifecycles. Sullivan started his tenure at Shure in 1991 as a technical buyer. His experience at Shure includes work in the domestic and international purchasing departments, market development and product marketing.

"To more effectively operate our global business, we have reviewed our key sales and marketing functions and redefined roles and responsibilities for these four Associates, "said Patrick Kilroy, vice president of global marketing. "With more than 50 combined years of experience in the professional and consumer audio industries, the knowledge that these guys bring to the table is exceptional and I'm looking forward to working with them."



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