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Mainline Marketing Hires Nate Maners as Business Development Manager

May 20, 2019
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Winter Park, FL (May 20, 2019) – Mainline Marketing is pleased to announce the addition of Nate Maners as Business Development Manager for Central Florida. Nate will be responsible for sales, marketing, and account management for the retail and Pro AV markets in his territory.

Nate comes to Mainline with over 18 years of experience in marketing, retail, and houses of worship. While his career began at an advertising agency – which sparked his interest in graphic design and marketing – he was, at the same time, programming music and had a true interest in synthesizers. Nate began using his music in a very large youth ministry in Central Florida, which gave him a grass-roots education in pro-audio and the church. In the late 90’s he began as lead worship pastor for a fast-growing Central Florida church.

Nate spent the next 7 years as a Marketing Director for a major catalog-based music and pro-audio company that dealt mainly with houses of worship, which gave him excellent insight into how to meet the Pro AV needs of the church. After a few years as a Marketing Director for an INC 500 company that handled class-action settlement administration, Nate took his experience and passions to retail and co-founded Remix. What started as a trendy little shop that sold unique vintage goods, concrete furniture, and vinyl records, Remix soon became a thriving record and turntable shop located in Orlando’s Mills 50 District.

Clinton Muntean, President of Mainline Marketing comments, “I’m thrilled to have Nate on board – he brings a unique perspective, with his experience as a former retail store owner, worship leader, and life-long musician. He is already familiar with many of our products and their applications in a variety of different applications, which means he will be able to hit the ground running to provide excellent service to our customers.”

Learn more about Nate here.

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This post was written by Jennifer Muntean