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Archway: Megan Nelson and Rob Walters

March 4, 2008

Archway:
Archway Marketing Servies has expanded its management team. Megan Nelson has been appointed to director of marketing and Rob Walters to director of operations of the Midwest trade division.

In her new role, Ms. Nelson will become more involved in developing and executing Archway’s strategic direction by focusing on sales management. She will continue to maintain responsibility for management of the Archway brand, marketing department and agency partners. Since joining the company in 2006 as marketing manager, Ms. Nelson has led company efforts to bring structure and consistency to Archway’s marketing and sales management groups.

As the director of operations of the Midwest trade division, Rob Walters will lead continuous improvement and operational excellence for Archway. He will also direct all new client integrations for Archway’s Midwest trade division in addition to managing the day-to-day operations of Archway’s Rogers, MN., facilities. Since joining Archway in 2005 as operations manager, Walters has implemented multiple process improvements that enabled the company’s growth during the past year.
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