|By PR Newswire||
|September 2, 2014 12:30 PM EDT||
WIXOM, Mich., Sept. 2, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Pro-Motion Technology Group announced Michael Kowalczyk will assume the post of President, effective immediately.
Kowalczyk, who joined PTG earlier this year as EVP of Sales & Marketing, will assume leadership of the company which has been run primarily by Founder Lynn Matson since its inception in 1986.
Matson said, "Michael's experience in transforming businesses and his proven track record in growing both topline and shareholder value is something I've been looking for the past few years. The company I've built is ready to explode and I needed a solid leader to ensure my vision was understood. Finding someone who can build a plan to support that vision is paramount to me, both professionally and personally."
Kowalczyk comes to PTG after 17+ years at Valassis. There, Kowalczyk had stints in Sales, Marketing and built the In-Store Marketing Division as SVP/General Manager. Most recently, he was VP Sales for Valassis Digital, where he helped establish the company within the mobile and digital display sector.
"I'm really excited about the opportunity that Lynn has provided me, even more so about the legacy and reputation she and her team have built within the industry. In many ways, PTG is the best kept secret within this space. It's my job to not only help grow the company, but to ensure that client retention and satisfaction continue at industry-best levels. First and foremost, we are committed to exceeding client expectations and helping bring their marketing visions to life."
Kowalczyk's experience includes senior management positions at American Greetings in Cleveland, OH where he served as Director of Strategic Retail Solutions and The BCB Group, a marketing think tank where he worked primarily in the retail and commercial business sector.
Kowalczyk is a graduate of SCSU and The University of Connecticut, earning an MBA with a concentration in Marketing. He holds Board level positions at BillAway, JDRF and The Boy Scouts of America.
Pro-Motion Technology Group, a WBENC- Certified business, is the leading supplier of integrated technology in the commercial audiovideo space. An end-to-end digital solutions provider for some of the world's most successful companies, PTG specifies the highest quality hardware, software and an assortment of services needed to help clients achieve their objectives. Learn more at www.pro-motionamerica.com.
SOURCE Pro-Motion Technology Group
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