Fri, May 28, 2004
Becomes AirCell's Marketing Director
AirCell has appointed Tom Myers as
its marketing director, where he'll be responsible for all aspects
of AirCell marketing, and will oversee all corporate
communications, brand management, product positioning, advertising,
and media relations activities.
"AirCell is focused on maintaining its position as the leader in
airborne telecommunications, and to that end, we’re extremely
pleased to have a marketing strategist with Tom’s level of
experience and capabilities join our management team," said Bill
Peltola, vice president of sales and marketing.
Before joining AirCell, Myers most recently served as a senior
account executive with advertising agency fd2s in Denver (CO).
There, he provided marketing communications services and counsel to
the firm’s aerospace clientele, which included Pilatus
Business Aircraft, FlightSafety International, Embraer Aircraft,
and others. Earlier in his career, he was Director of Marketing at
Elliott Aviation, a multi-location aviation services organization
headquartered in Moline (IL).
A graduate of Ohio State University, Myers is an experienced
pilot who holds a Commercial Pilot certificate with Instrument
& Multi-engine ratings, and is a Certified Flight Instructor.
He resides in Centennial (CO) with his wife and two children.
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