Moen promotes Kevin Campbell to Senior Director of Marketing for its wholesale business unit

NORTH OLMSTED, OHIO -- Moen Incorporated is pleased to announce the promotion of Kevin Campbell to Senior Director of Marketing – Wholesale Business Unit, effective immediately. The announcement was made by Todd Teter, Vice President and General Manager – Wholesale Business Unit, Moen.

In is new role, Campbell will be responsible for leading Moen’s wholesale product marketing, trade marketing, brand management and marketing communications efforts. He will also be deeply involved in developing strategies for the business unit and implementing strategic initiatives.

“Kevin is the ideal candidate to lead the marketing efforts of our Wholesale Business Unit,” said Teter. “He has been with Moen for more than 13 years, having served in a number of roles with increasing responsibility. Kevin’s thorough knowledge of the industry, coupled with his sharp business acumen, will empower our team to continue to create the most thoughtfully designed products for consumers and professionals.”

In today’s rapidly changing business environment, Campbell’s loyalty to Moen is respectable. He started his career with the company in 1998 as an Intern, and has been an integral part of the organization’s success throughout the years. He most recently served as Director of Marketing of Moen’s Retail Business Unit, where he was responsible for all product management and marketing communications initiatives for products sold through retail channels including The Home Depot, Lowe’s, Bed Bath & Beyond, and more. Prior to this role, Campbell held a variety of roles in both marketing and product management across both the Retail and Wholesale business channels.

Campbell earned a bachelor's degree in marketing from The University of Notre Dame and his Master of Business Administration from The Weatherhead School of Management.

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