GOST announces personnel moves

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Marine security, monitoring and tracking systems supplier GOST announced two promotions and added a new team member.

GOST promoted Parrish Westbrook to national sales and OEM account manager, Samantha Thomas to sales and marketing coordinator and added product specialist Tony Miller.

Westbrook joined GOST in September 2010, overseeing sales through dealers, distributors and representatives throughout the United States before being promoted to national sales manager in 2011. In his new role, Westbrook will also manage key U.S. OEM accounts.

“Parrish is an extremely dedicated team member whose friendly and knowledgeable sales approach, along with his strong networking abilities, make him a perfect fit for his new role,” GOST president and CEO Jay Keenan said in a statement.

Thomas joined GOST in December 2012 as Keenan’s executive assistant. As sales and marketing coordinator, she will focus on assisting in the production of marketing materials across all product lines and divisions.

Miller joined GOST in April as a product specialist focused on technical and website support and product builds. Miller also assists global product specialist Danny Ashmore in day-to-day operations of back office duties at GOST headquarters in Fort Lauderdale.

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