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A Marketing Match For The Ages




Bailey Read has been selected as the new Marketing Manager at Roscoe Brown, Inc. “With Middle Tennessee growing and our business growing with it, we knew we needed someone smart and capable to join our in-house team,” Beth Brown, Rosco Brown’s Marketing Manager said. “Marketing is both the public face of the company as well as the main strategic messaging vehicle. That understanding, which Bailey also shares, is what helped her make the cut.”

Read is a native of Chattanooga, Tenn. and a graduate of Middle Tennessee State University. Some of her past experience is with the American Heart Association, acting as Regional Director for almost two years. Read also worked with the Rutherford Chamber of Commerce as a Membership Account Executive.

“When I saw the opportunity to work for a well-respected, enduring, local business I jumped,” Bailey Read says. “Roscoe Brown is a company that is dedicated to improving the lives of their neighbors. This mission is just an extension of the work I have always been doing.”

Read brings her admirable background with her to Roscoe Brown, along with an indefatigable energy to get the job done. She began serving in the role in April of this year, and will continue to work alongside Beth Brown.

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