Trident Transport Hires Katelyn Clark For Marketing Brand Manager

Monday, July 2, 2018
After earning her bachelor’s degree in corporate communications from Austin Peay State University, Katelyn Clark began her marketing career with a Hixson-based fitness center as their marketing director.  Within the first year, she developed a specialty in marketing, advertising, social media, graphic design and sales, in which she excelled at during her time there.
“I am ecstatic to be working for a company that highly values their work quality and their employees,” said Ms.
Clark. “I look forward to furthering Trident Transport’s mission and involvement within the community.”
Ms. Clark will be working to bridge the gap between Trident Transport and the Chattanooga community. She will also be focusing her skills to better Trident Transport’s company culture and brand to promote their core values and mission.
“Trident Transport has experienced an explosion of growth,” said Carter Garrett, vice president of Trident Transport. “We will more than triple our revenue from our 2017 sales. We have excelled with our brand message to our customers, but it’s time to expand our brand to the local community. Trident Transport has actively searched to find a way to push that message. The best solution was the addition of Katelyn Clark. She will bring a fresh approach to our office culture and expand our message throughout the logistics world.“

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