Joe Patterson Named Communications Director for e-LYNXX Corporation
Press release from the issuing company
CHAMBERSBURG, PA (September 23, 2008) – Joe Patterson of New Holland, PA, has been named communications director for e-LYNXX Corporation, the parent company of American Print Management and Government Print Management.
"Communication is the lifeblood of our business as we keep clients and others across multiple industries informed about what we do and how we are helping our clients save money and become more profitable," said William Gindlesperger, founder, chairman and chief executive officer of e-LYNXX, the parent company of American Print Management. "Utilizing Joe's extensive background in working with a variety of communication channels is important as we grow into new markets and explore ways to communicate even more effectively with our many constituencies."
Patterson is responsible for developing and directing communication so that e-LYNXX, American Print Management and Government Print Management branding and messaging are consistent, accurate and timely.
During his career of more than 30 years, he has created and managed pro-active communication programs for financial services companies (First Atlanta Corporation, Wachovia Corporation and Sterling Financial Corporation), utility services (Westinghouse Electric Corporation, PJM Interconnection and GridSouth), telecommunications providers (Powertel and D&E Communications), real estate/resort developments (Sea Pines Company and Kiawah Island Company) and non-profit organizations (Berry College and the Project Management Institute). He began his career as a reporter for the Orlando Sentinel newspaper.
Patterson graduated from Northwestern University in 1972 with a Master of Science degree in journalism and from Wofford College in 1969 with Bachelor of Arts degree in English.
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