Nourison Appoints Itty Marketing Director

Thomas IttyThomas Itty

SADDLE BROOK, N.J.-With more than 20 years of marketing and advertising experience, Thomas Itty has been named marketing director at Nourison Industries. He will be responsible for all marketing and promotional efforts at the company, including consumer and trade events, public relations, advertising, web and social media, and will oversee the in-house marketing department. Itty reports to Alex Peykar, principal at Nourison.


Before joining Nourison, Itty served as marketing and business development manager at CLG Insurance. Other previous positions include creative director at GLM Shows and marketing and design services manager at Magjak, a company specializing in data-driven direct marketing.

"Thomas is a key hire for our company and will play a vital role in contributing to our future growth," said Peykar. "He brings with him a wealth of advertising, media and marketing experience drawn from various industries and job functions."

Itty said, "I am delighted to be joining Nourison and look forward to achieving the full potential of this remarkable brand. I am a firm believer in integrated marketing communications and one of my ongoing tasks would be to ensure that we take advantage of the

various marketing opportunities spread across the entire spectrum of print, electronic and web-based media."

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