WYSIWYG Marketing Appoints New Sales Manager

November 17, 2016

KANSAS CITY, MO NOV 17, 2016: WYSIWYG Marketing announced today that Megan Carter has joined the firm. Megan brings new experience with degrees from the University of Missouri-Columbia. In addition Megan has valuable work experience which will assist her in her new role as Sales Manager.

As Sales Manager, Megan will take over as WYSIWYG’s front-facing full-time sales contact. As WYSIWYG continues to grow and respond to demand from the industry, Megan will fulfill a much needed role in the firm. Megan is excited to be a part of team, saying, “This is an unbelievable opportunity and I look forward to proving myself worthy of this appointment. WYSIWYG’s reputation speaks for itself, and I am excited to be a part of such a respected company.”

Ryan Jennings, owner, says of Megan, “Her drive to excel is one of Megan’s finest attributes and will serve her well as Sales Manager. I have no doubt that Megan will prove to be a valuable part of our team and an asset to our firm. I’m happy to place Megan in this position and look forward to watching her grow.”

About WYSIWYG Marketing: WYSIWYG Marketing is marketing firm based in Kansas City, MO with clients nationwide. Founded in 2011, WYSIWYG has consistently proven its strength and dominance in the sector with back to back nominations and inclusion in the Top 25 List for the Kansas City Business Journal for four years running.

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