Water Technology welcomes Nick Zarrelli as its new account executive

Jan. 8, 2014

LATHAM, N.Y. — Nick has a Master's degree in communications and experience as an account executive at Turner Broadcasting.

LATHAM, N.Y. — Water Technology is pleased to announce the hiring of Nick Zarrelli as its new account executive.

Nick is a graduate of the Communications Master’s program at The College of St. Rose in Albany, N.Y. 

Most recently, Nick has worked with Turner Broadcasting in Manhattan as an account service representative, servicing advertising accounts.

"I'm excited about this opportunity at Water Technology and I'm ready to hit the ground running with the great team they've built here," said Zarrelli. "The most appealing part of the job is that I get to talk to so many new people in the industry every day."

Nick's role will include forming partnerships with manufacturers and readers within the POU/POE water treatment industry and helping to integrate the brand’s online and print products with the concerns of the market.

“We are excited to tap into Nick's unique array of skills,” said Tracy Aston-Martin, vice president of business publishing for Grand View Media Group. “His advertising experience, marketing and communications skills and friendly personality make him a great addition to our team.”

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