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Optic Nerve promotes sales and marketing staff

Published July 24, 2014

WHEAT RIDGE, Colo. (BRAIN) — Optic Nerve Eyewear has restructured its sales and marketing team, with promotions including a new director of sales, sales manager and communications manager.

“We exceeded our sales quotas for the first half of the year, and forecasts for the reminder of the year and 2015 are extremely positive,” said Optic Nerve president Bill Cotton . “We wanted to honor the core members of our sales and marketing team for this achievement.”

Gregory Niver, former sales manager and an eight-year veteran of the company, has been promoted to director of sales. He will manage the global sales force and working with major retail partners on strategic alignment. Josh Miller, formerly an account executive, moves into the sales manager role, responsible for the internal sales team as well as managing key accounts and sales retention.

Former communications specialist Mae Harris has been named communications manager, and will now be responsible for the internal marketing team as well as managing marketing communications and public relations.

Optic Nerve is set to debut a new brand and several new sunglass styles at Outdoor Retailer Summer Market, Booth 32059, from Aug. 6-9 in Salt Lake City.

Topics associated with this article: Sales Reps, People

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