Aurora Hires Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing
Aurora Casket today announces the hiring of Tim Dugan as senior vice president. In his role, Dugan will oversee and direct national brand, sales and communications efforts designed around Aurora?s purpose to create an honorable closure to every life.
Prior to joining Aurora, Dugan held a number of positions in sales and marketing for such organizations as Micro Target Media, Nestle Waters and Pepsi-Cola, where he actually began his career in 1990, eventually becoming the soft drink giant?s director of sales operations.
?Tim is a wonderful additional to our family owned organization,? Aurora president William ?Bax? Backman III says. ?He will be a tremendous asset to our clientele across the country as we continue to provide the very best in funeral products and services to funeral homes across the country. Coming from outside the funeral profession, Tim brings a unique and fresh perspective to the challenges that our clients face each day.?
Dugan earned his MBA from Xavier University and his undergraduate BSBA degree from John Carroll University.
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