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INDA Names New Marketing Director

June 8, 2011

Phil Pitt joins trade association.

INDA, Association of the Nonwoven Fabrics Industry, has named Philip Pitt as its new marketing director, responsible for overseeing the association’s marketing and public relations efforts.

Mr. Pitt, formerly of Stanley Security Solutions, Nicholasville, KY, a division of Stanley Black & Decker, has been in charge of driving new product development and leading brand/marketing strategy from concept to product launch for that company since 2003.

“We are pleased to add a person with Phil's business, marketing and management expertise to our team here at INDA,” said INDA president Rory Holmes, “Phil Pitt brings with him the experience and enthusiasm needed for such a key position as our association redefines and develops the marketing and communications strategy that will lead us and our members into the future.”

“I am excited about the challenges ahead at INDA and I look forward to working with such an excellent staff and members to continue INDA’s role as the leading worldwide trade association for the nonwovens and engineered fabrics industry,” said Mr. Pitt.

In addition to his position at Stanley Security Solutions, Mr. Pitt has held sales and marketing positions at Prudential DeMovellan Real Estate, Lexington, KY; Source Technologies, Charlotte, North Carolina; and at Lexmark International, Lexington, KY.




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