Phoenix (October 09, 2008) - O'Neil Printing <http://www.oneilprint.com/> , a 100-year-old commercial printing company, announces the addition of Bruce VanderHaar as director of marketing, as the company begins its second century of providing clients with meaningful solutions in the printing industry.
VanderHaar's responsibilities at O'Neil Printing include developing strategy for customer acquisition, product definition and positioning, new product development and implementation, and promotion of company products and services. Additionally, he assists in new market identification and penetration.
With more than 21 years of experience in the printing field, primarily in sales and marketing management positions, VanderHaar brings a new level of one-to-one marketing expertise to O'Neil Printing. Prior to joining the company, VanderHaar served as vice president of sales at R and R Images and Image Communications, and spent the majority of his career in leadership at Ironwood Lithographers, Inc.
"We are fortunate to have Bruce join O'Neil's sales and marketing team," says Tony Narducci, president of O'Neil Printing. "He brings the knowledge of a successful print industry career combined with the enthusiasm and attitude needed to serve our clients with the same quality we've maintained over the last 100 years."
VanderHaar received his B.S. in marketing from Arizona State University, including additional work towards a MBA at Arizona State University.
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