Double Cola Announces New Marketing Director And Sales Manager

Friday, August 23, 2019
Keely Anderson
Keely Anderson

Double Cola COO Gina Dhanani announced that Keely Anderson and Wesley Steele have been added to the company’s leadership team. Ms. Anderson serves as marketing director while Mr. Steele has been tapped to serve as sales manager.  

Ms. Anderson has more than 14 years of sales and marketing experience in the greater Chattanooga area. The University of Tennessee, Knoxville graduate is an active community volunteer and the mom of two.  

“Keely brings a proven track record of successful relationship building and marketing expertise to her new position,” said Ms. Dhanani. “Keely’s creativity and attention to detail will help increase brand awareness as our company continues to expand product lines throughout our local market and beyond.”

Mr. Steele has been tapped to lead the company’s sales division.  Mr. Steele works to elevate the company’s profile in the market and grow The Double Cola Company brands in a way that is equally beneficial to the company as well as their distribution partners. 

With more than two decades of experience in the beverage industry, Mr. Steele has worked closely with numerous corporate and small business partners to maximize growth opportunities within individual markets.  Mr. Steele and his wife have three children.

“Wesley’s experience and dedication to excellent customer service makes him a valuable addition to our team as we expand into new markets,” said Ms. Dhanani. “We look forward to what the future holds for The Double Cola Company with Keely and Wes on our team.”


Wesley Steele
Wesley Steele

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