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TMCNet:  Wall Street Communications Promotes Branson and Schraad to Account Director Roles

[November 27, 2012]

Wall Street Communications Promotes Branson and Schraad to Account Director Roles

(Marketwire Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) SALT LAKE CITY, UT -- (Marketwire) -- 11/27/12 -- Wall Street Communications today announced that Sunny Branson and Sarah Schraad have been promoted to account director positions. Branson and Schraad will maintain their client-facing responsibilities, while taking on greater roles in personnel training and management as well as development and management of internal processes and procedures.

Tasked with oversight of internal quality control, Branson will work with the Wall Street Communications writing team, administrative staff, and agency account teams to improve internal communications, institute new quality control processes and programs, and facilitate continuing education. Branson has been with Wall Street Communications since 1999 and has worked in the broadcast industry for more than two decades. She joined the Wall Street Communications team after a successful marketing career with leading broadcast equipment manufacturers, including current Wall Street Communications client Utah Scientific.

Schraad will be responsible for monitoring changes in the trade press and editorial staff, identifying new publications and editorial opportunities, and investigating the new vertical markets being entered by the agency's clients. She will oversee staff training while continuing to coordinate the major trade shows and assist in the overall performance of account management. Schraad has been with Wall Street Communications since March 2006, before which she worked as both a print journalist and an on-air broadcast reporter. She holds a master's degree from the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University.

"Sunny and Sarah have played integral roles in the agency's ongoing success in providing quality public relations and marketing services," said Susan Warren, president, Wall Street Communications. "The promotions announced today reflect the value of their skills, knowledge, experience, and leadership in the agency's past, present, and future growth." Wall Street Communications offers business-to-business marketing communications services to technology companies in the broadcast industry and related fields. With fundamental operating principles of accuracy, creativity, and integrity, the agency has a unique range of experience in promoting products and technologies used in thousands of TV and video facilities worldwide. In business since 1996, Wall Street Communications maintains corporate headquarters in Salt Lake City and satellite offices throughout North America and Europe. Learn more about Wall Street Communications at www.wallstcom.com.

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