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Red Marlin boosts digital capability with new account executive

Warwickshire based automotive communications specialist, Red Marlin, is pleased to announce the appointment of Jordan O’Flanagan as its new account executive.

Jordan joins the team from The Camping and Caravanning Club, a non-for-profit organisation involved with all aspects of camping both in the UK and globally. His former role as marketing assistant saw him focus on content writing, customer relations and campaign management.

A recent Nottingham Trent University graduate, Jordan studied for a Bachelor’s degree in Media with Communications before furthering his studies to complete a Masters in Media and Globalisation. Whilst studying, Jordan interned at Redbrick Communications, Nottingham’s longest serving PR agency. His role allowed him to develop his skills in PR, social media and creative content.

Danny Rughoobeer, managing director and founder of Red Marlin, said:

“We are excited to have Jordan join the team. His level of enthusiasm and keen interest in the automotive industry make him a great addition and I can’t wait to have a fresh pair of eyes on what we are doing here at Red Marlin. His unique skills in digital media matched with his excellent writing ability will be a great asset to our clients.”

When asked about his appointment, Jordan said:

“I am happy to be joining a team with a wealth of industry experience, knowledge and genuine passion for what they do. I hope to utilise the skills I have, learn more through my peers and hopefully have a long lasting career in the industry.”

Red Marlin, founded in 2009, is an independent PR and digital marketing agency specialising in the automotive sector based at the heart of the UK’s car industry in Leamington Spa, Warwickshire. To find out more visit www.redmarlin.co.uk

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