Maddox promoted to manager

December 15, 2020

Amy Maddox has accepted the position of manager, marketing promotion for Link-Belt Cranes. 

Amy Maddox has accepted the position of manager, marketing promotion for Link-Belt Cranes effective December 15, 2020. Maddox will oversee all promotional, publicity, trade show, logo standards and business gifts endeavors.

Amy Maddox

Amy Maddox

Maddox has over 20 years of experience in marketing promotion, with nearly half that time spent as corporate communications manager with Link-Belt’s sister company, LBX Company. She comes to Link-Belt from Toyota North America where she served as its production engineering communication lead.

“The timing for Amy’s return to the construction equipment industry perfectly coincided with Tonya Creasman’s retirement and I am confident that the same level of professionalism and service will continue,” said Bruce Kabalen, manager, marketing and technical communications, Link-Belt Cranes. “Amy’s experience and abilities at LBX and other positions in her career make her a great fit for our Link-Belt team.”

 

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