Thrustmaster Announces Personnel Additions

Wednesday, December 19, 2001
Thrustmaster of Texas, Inc., one of the world’s leading manufacturers of marine propulsion systems, announces new personnel additions. Jeff Miller, who joins the company as marketing manager, has over 25 years in marketing communications, including 15 in the oil and gas, manufacturing, and offshore sectors. Miller will be responsible for market research, advertising, public relations, and all other marketing-related activities for Thrustmaster, including setting up a network of international manufacturer’s representatives. Miller attended the University of South Florida and is a member of The International Association of Business Communicators (IABC), Business Marketing Association (BMA) and serves on the board of directors of several organizations. Amanda Casey will be assisting Miller as the marketing coordinator. The two worked together previously for several years at Kaldair, formerly a division of British Petroleum. Casey will be responsible for maintaining Thrustmaster’s website, www.thrustmastertexas.com, as well as developing the company’s database, writing and editing collateral material, coordinating trade shows, and management of internal communications. She attended Houston Baptist University and The University of Houston, where she was an education major. Gene Little has joined Thrustmaster as quality manager. Little has over 35 years of experience in directing and managing quality policies and procedures for manufacturing firms, including over 30 years at Dresser Industries. He has been handling ISO policies and procedures since 1987, and is currently instituting those procedures throughout Thrustmaster.

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