Mullican promotes Oaks to marketing manager

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Johnson City, Tenn. — Amber Oaks has been promoted to marketing manager for Mullican Flooring, the company announced.

In her new position, Oaks will be responsible for the oversight of market research and strategic planning, along with design elements for company merchandising, website development and marketing materials. She will also oversee special promotions, trade shows and merchandising accounts.

Oaks joined Mullican Flooring in 2012 as marketing and claims coordinator. She will continue to work out of the company’s headquarters in Johnson City.

“Amber has been an asset to Mullican Flooring from the beginning,” said Brian Greenwell, Mullican’s vice president of sales and marketing. “We are privileged to have her play such a key role in our organization.”

Oaks received a business administration degree, with a concentration in marketing management, from East Tennessee State University in Johnson City. While at ETSU, she completed requirements for a certificate from Northwestern Mutual’s Leadership Institute. A native of Kingsport, Tenn., Oaks resides in Johnson City with her husband, Seth Stringer.

“I feel fortunate to be associated with a company such as Mullican Flooring, and I’m extremely proud to be an integral part of its growth and future,” Oaks said. “I look forward to many more years of service with Mullican Flooring.”

 

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