Nourison names Itty marketing director

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SADDLE BROOK, N.J.—Thomas Itty has been named marketing director at Nourison. With more than 20 years of marketing and advertising experience, Itty— who replaces Dave Forman in the position— will be responsible for all marketing and promotional efforts at the company, including consumer and trade events, public relations, advertising, web and social media, and will oversee the in house marketing department. He will report to Alex Peykar, principal of Nourison.

Itty previously served as marketing and business development manager at CLG Insurance. “I’m a firm believer in integrated marketing communications,” he said. “One of my tasks will be to ensure we take advantage of the various marketing opportunities spread across the entire spectrum of print, electronic and web-based media.”

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