Venturino Named TMCA President

Monday, July 21, 2003
The Transportation Marketing & Communications Association (TMCA) announced the appointment of its new president, Ray Venturino, Assistant Vice President of P&O Nedlloyd-North America, a world leader in liner shipping and logistics. Venturino, who was elected by the association's membership as vice president in May of 2002, began in his new leadership role July 1 and will remain president until July 1, 2004. "Mr. Venturino has the leadership to help TMCA achieve its goal of providing professional development, education, and networking opportunities for marketing and communication professionals in our industry," said Brian Everett, TMCA's executive director. "He is a visionary who has served on the TMCA board of directors for the past four years, and we're pleased to have him now at the helm." "My goal as president is to continue to grow membership while increasing value to TMCA members," said Venturino. "TMCA plays a valuable role for the marketing, sales and communications professions in the transportation industry, and this association will be able to provide more value in this critical role as it gains and retains more members." Currently, TMCA has more than 200 members in various market segments, ranging from motor carrier, railroads, air carriers and steamship lines to technology companies, third-party logistics providers, port authorities, and passenger transit organizations. TMCA is the only association to provide services, professional development and networking value exclusively to marketing, sales and communications professionals in all modes and market segments of North American transportation."
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