The Ahern family of companies has promoted Amelia Pearce from global marketing director to vice president of global marketing at Ahern Companies.
Reporting directly to Don Ahern, Pearce develops and delivers global marketing strategies for all brands within the Ahern family of companies. Based at Xtreme Manufacturing and Snorkel global corporate headquarters in Henderson, Nevada, Pearce oversees a team of 10 who deliver shared marketing services globally.
Owned by Don Ahern, the Ahern family of companies includes Ahern Rentals, Xtreme Manufacturing, Snorkel, Diamond A Equipment, Xtreme Cubes Corporation, Equipment Parts Plus, AX Transportation, Xtreme Financial Services, as well as all Ahern International distribution locations in Australia, Japan, Germany, Chile, Argentina, Canada and Spain.
"I am extremely pleased to promote Amelia to vice president of global marketing. She has demonstrated remarkable talent and tenacity in delivering world-class marketing across our global brands. Her passion, focus and leadership have elevated our marketing to a new level. On behalf of the entire Ahern family of companies, we look forward to continued excellence from Amelia and her team," said Don Ahern.
Originally based in the U.K, Pearce has been working with the Snorkel brand since 2007. She relocated to the U.S. in 2014 to join the Ahern family of companies as global marketing director.
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