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SmartEtailing Hires Three New Employees

Published June 15, 2011

CAMARILLO, CA (BRAIN)—SmartEtailing has hired Erin Cabezut, Paul Ribich and Mark Still.

A California native currently living in Ceres, California, Cabezut worked on the supplier side of the industry with Veltec Sports and Specialized, and brings a well-rounded background in sports-product marketing to the SE team. She was most recently working in law enforcement and public safety before joining

“I’ve always enjoyed working with IBDs and look forward to the challenge of helping grow their businesses by engaging them in the world of creative and dynamic web-based marketing. I’m very happy to be back in the bicycle industry and to be part of a rapidly growing organization like SmartEtailing.”

With 13 years of advising clients in the e-commerce and financial services industries, Ribich lives in Denver, Colorado, and hails from Milwaukee, Wisconsin. In his previous position he was an operations consultant at Action Village Holdings (parent of, and, among others). In addition to being an avid alpine skier, Ribich enjoys riding Colorado’s high mountain passes and the canyons above Denver and Boulder on his road bike.

“I look forward to working with our clients to ensure that they maximize the impact of their web presence on the bottom line and am proud to be a part of a team offering such a professional solution to retailers of all sizes," Ribich said.

Mark Still’s career has been a mix of investment management and retail. In both arenas, his degree in economics helped him manage the critical balance between customer satisfaction and business profitability. Still is a passionate cyclist, occasional triathlete and gear junkie based in Athens, Alabama, where he lives with his wife and two daughters.

“I’m eager to work with SmartEtailing clients to maximize their investments in technology in order to better serve their customers and ensure their ongoing profitability," Still said. "It’s exciting to see such powerful yet easy-to-use tools make a positive impact on a business owner’s bottom line.”

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