GOST Announces Promotions, Adds New Team Member

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Monday, October 14, 2013
From left: Tony Miller, Samantha Thomas and Parrish Westbrook

Marine security, monitoring and tracking systems supplier GOST (Global Ocean Security Technologies) has promoted Parrish Westbrook to National Sales and OEM Account Manager, Samantha Thomas to Sales and Marketing Coordinator and added Product Specialist Tony Miller to the team.

Parrish Westbrook joined the GOST team in September 2010, overseeing all sales through dealers, distributors and representatives throughout the United States. After much success Parrish was promoted to National Sales Manager in 2011. In his new role as National Sales and OEM Manager, Parrish will also be managing GOST Key OEM Accounts within the U.S.

Samantha Thomas has made a great impression since joining the GOST team in December 2012 as the Executive Assistant to President and CEO Jay Keenan. As Sales and Marketing Coordinator, Samantha will be focused on assisting in the development of the marketing materials across all product lines and divisions including the recently launched division GOST Commercial. She will continue to assist Jay Keenan and help the GOST Sales Team taking inbound sales calls, preparing proposals and processing sales orders. A native of South Florida, Samantha earned her BA from Florida Atlantic University and while currently working at GOST, she is also enrolled at FAU as a full-time graduate student earning her MBA.

Tony Miller is the newest addition to the GOST team. Tony joined GOST in April as a Product Specialist focused on technical and website support and product builds as well as assisting Danny Ashmore, GOST Global Product Specialist, in the day to day operations of the back office duties at GOST Headquarters in Fort Lauderdale.

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