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SmartEtailing Adds Four Employees

Published October 23, 2007

BOULDER, CO (BRAIN)—SmartEtailing has hired four new employees for the company's support, development and content teams.

The two new support members include Walter Tate, who brings more than 17 years of experience, including years as the customer service/operations manager for Kestrel Bicycles. Tate, a Cat 1 roadie you may have seen leading Mario Cipollini around the course at the Interbike Industry Cup Criterium, will work out of his home office in Encinitas, California.

The other new support team member is Brian Rawlings, who will work out of his home office in Alamosa, Colorado. He has a solid retail background including managing inventory, network maintenance, customer service, sales and bicycle mechanics. Plus, he's a 4:04 miler and racing cyclist, too.

Joining the content team are Keith Jennings and Brandon Weil, both will work as content/production specialists in SmartEtailing's Longmont, Colorado content office. Both have strong racing backgrounds. Jennings spent last year competing across Europe with the U23 USA road team while Weil was a member of Whitman College's 2006 national championship team.

The fourth new hire is John Elkins, who joins SmartEtailing's Ventura, California development office as a senior coldfusion developer. Elkins has more than six years experience in this position. He has worked with the latest development frameworks, and coding methodologies and will play a big part developing many of the SmartEtailing enhancements ahead.

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