Waypost Marketing Names Sr. Production Designer, Gabrielle Brayton

Greenville, SC — (PRESS RELEASE JET) — 10/27/2017 — Waypost Marketing, a leading inbound marketing agency based in Greenville, SC, has announced the promotion of Gabrielle Brayton to Senior Production Designer.

As Sr. Production Designer, Gabrielle works alongside her teammates to brainstorm and develop creative solutions across web pages, social media graphics, premium content offers, calls to action, infographics, and more — all with careful attention to each client’s brand standards. Her unique position places her equally in the company’s design and production departments where she supports both teams equally and often bridges the gap between the two.

Taking on the new position, Gabrielle commented, “I am honored to be in this new role here at Waypost Marketing. Over the past year, I have learned many new things and I am only growing more and more in who I am as a designer. Waypost has given me skills that I need to take on design on a whole other level. I look forward to see how we will grow in our design efforts in the coming years.”

This promotion supports Waypost’s continued aggressive growth and further improves the company’s ability to better handle the increasing demands of inbound marketing.

About Waypost Marketing
Waypost Marketing is an inbound marketing agency focused on developing and managing marketing and sales strategies designed to increase leads, conversions, and sales for clients. Waypost, a Hubspot Gold Agency Partner and a certified Google Agency Partner, provides innovative marketing solutions to companies operating in industrial, manufacturing, technology, luxury living, and professional services sectors. Waypost Marketing is based in Greenville, SC.

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