New positions Amey, Trumpower advance at Signs Now...

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August 14, 2000

New positions

Amey, Trumpower advance at Signs Now

Signs Now of Linthicum promoted Joe Amey to vice president of sales and marketing, and named Brian Trumpower operations manager.

Amey, a Crofton resident, is responsible for large account servicing, marketing and the formation of strategic alliances for the sign and banner maker franchise. A graduate of Anne Arundel Community College, he joined the firm in 1995 as a graphic designer.

Trumpower, a graduate of Western Maryland College, formerly was production/facility manager at Big Image Graphics in Richmond, Va. The Taneytown resident directs production flow and customer contact.

Funk joins Town Mall as marketing director

Town Mall of Westminster hired Peggy Funk as marketing director. She has responsibility for marketing, advertising and public relations for the Carroll County shopping venue.

A resident of White Hall, Funk is active with the Baltimore County Conference and Visitors Center. She was formerly with Trammell Crow Co. as marketing director at Hunt Valley Mall.


Gray names Schorr VP, group account director

Gray, Kirk/VanSant appointed Glen Schorr as vice president and group account director at the Baltimore-based advertising and public relations agency.

Schorr is responsible for managing and leading accounts for several of the firm's major accounts, including Allfirst Bank and MedStar Health.

Formerly with W. B. Doner, the Miami University (Ohio) graduate is a winner of three industry marketing awards and a member of the Advertising Association of Baltimore.

Banking and finance

Provident Bank promotes Minch to vice president

Provident Bank promoted Nancy Colson Minch to vice president. She has responsibility for the management and maintenance of customer appeal and profitability of the bank's retail checking line.

A Baltimore native and resident, Minch was formerly a senior marketing manager with Citibank. She is an MBA graduate of New York University and is active with the Hearing and Speech Agency and the Gateway School.

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