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Marketing and Sales Follow-up!

We always talk about tracking your marketing programs, but we also talk with clients about how important it is to have a good follow-up sales or touch program. Robby Slaughter and Eric Marasco discuss marketing touch programs.

PRESS RELEASE: Proforma Distinctive Marketing Expands

Proforma Distinctive Marketing Press Release
For Immediate Release: November 10, 2010
Contact: Eric Marasco, Owner
Phone: 317- 331-6682
Email: eric.marasco@proforma.com

Proforma Distinctive Marketing Expands and Announces New Sales Contractor

Indianapolis, IN: November 10,2010 – Proforma Distinctive Marketing is please to announce the additional of Nathaniel Shultz. Nathaniel is a graduate of Purdue University with a bachelor’s degree in Advertising and Public Relations and a minor in Organizational Leadership and Supervision. While at Purdue Nathaniel was active in several social and charity organizations including Phi Kappa Sigma International Fraternity as well as a fund raiser for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. He remains active in both organizations.

After graduating from Purdue, Nathaniel started his career in transportation, working in several capacities for FedEx Ground. After six years with FedEx, he left the industry in 2010 and joined forces with Eric Marasco of Proforma Distinctive Marketing, a promotional product and printing company based in Indianapolis. Eric says “I am excited to have Nate part of our team and he will be key in growing our business into the future.”

Proforma Distinctive Marketing helps their clients market their business by providing distinctive marketing campaigns, promotional products, commercial printing services and e-commerce solutions. They offer one-stop shopping opportunities for all of a company’s marketing needs.

Nathaniel is an Indiana native having grown up just north of West Lafayette. He relocated to Indianapolis in 2007 with his wife Stacy, a nurse at Methodist Hospital. He is active in his church, St. Luke’s United Methodist Church on 86th Street in Indianapolis.