Ortwein Sign Hires Kathy Davini As Sales Representative For Cleveland

Monday, September 14, 2020
Ortwein Sign announces Kathy Davini as the sales representative for Cleveland. Ms. Davini has worked in sales and merchandising for over 30 years. She has a degree in merchandising and marketing from the University of Southern MS. Ms. Davini will work with customers that are building, relocating, growing or maintaining their business in and around the Cleveland area. Likewise, she will work with signage ranging from the big-statement outdoor signs to the smaller indoor wayfinding signs.
 
"Kathy’s hiring is in response to growing demand in the Cleveland and Dayton areas," officials said.
"Ortwein has serviced these communities for years for clients such as Mars-Wrigley, Erlanger, Food City and the City of Cleveland, who commissioned the city welcome sign from Ortwein Sign. Since the re-opening of local businesses after the shutdown, demand has upticked again and Ortwein Sign saw the need to expand into the market further to bolster service to the region."
 
“With Cleveland being the 15th largest city in Tennessee and the continual growth and revamping of many local businesses and communities in the area, it only made sense for Ortwein Sign to hire a full time salesperson to assist with this development. We thought who better for this position than nine-year Cleveland resident Kathy Davini, whose passion for the city was clear, thanks in part to her work on such committees as Art is Here and Friends of the Library."
 
Colleen Teal, president of Ortwein Sign said, "We know Kathy loves nothing more than to see her city prosper and thrive, and she’s already expressed to use how excited she is to start helping clients with one of the most important elements of starting or rebranding a business....their signage.” 
 
When Ms. Davini's not out helping clients with their sign needs, she enjoys playing tennis, traveling and socializing with friends. She and her husband have a daughter at TTU and four dogs. She says she loves living and working in Cleveland, and she is thrilled to work with old friends in town and to make new ones as well. 

“It is awesome to see how Cleveland businesses are growing and expanding every day,” Ms. Davini said.

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