Rinnai taps Susan Mittelbrun as vice president of marketing

Jan. 29, 2014

PEACHTREE CITY, Ga. — Mittelbrun’s extensive experience will help drive Rinnai’s growth in the U.S.

PEACHTREE CITY, Ga. — Tankless water heater and home heating product manufacturer Rinnai has appointed Susan Mittelbrun as its new vice president of marketing, according to a press release.

“With extensive experience in consumer durable marketing and multi-tiered distribution networks, Susan Mittelbrun is well poised to lead our strategic marketing efforts. With responsibilities for strategic development, marketing, advertising and communications, her vast experience will help drive aggressive growth of Rinnai in the United States,” said Takashi Sonoda, president of Rinnai. 

Mittelbrun is originally from Michigan, the release continued, and began her career at General Motors' Corporate headquarters in Detroit where she gained experience in sales analysis, finance, marketing, advertising, field operations and international operations.

Mittelbrun has also held senior marketing leadership positions at GE Medical Systems in Milwaukee, Wis., Harrah's Casino's in Illinois and Missouri and Trane heating and cooling (a division of Ingersoll Rand Residential Solutions) in Tyler, Texas, the release reported.

According to the release, Mittelbrun comes to Rinnai from leading brand marketing initiatives for multiple business units of Dal-Tile (a division of Mohawk Industries) in Dallas, Texas.

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