Neenah, WI (PRWEB) September 13, 2012
Menasha Packaging is pleased to announce the appointment of Dennis Bonn, Vice President of Marketing, Michigan State University Alumni Association packaging (MSUPAA) Board of Directors.
and the Board of Directors to provide advice to the Michigan State University (MSU) School of old packaging, packaging and university. Its objectives are:
stimulate interest and continued support for the financial MSU School of Packaging and
a framework for alumni and partners in education, vocational training and social? Purpose suffice.
In his role as vice president of marketing for packaging Menasha, Bonn is responsible for a growing company brand awareness and increase opportunities for business growth through the creation and management of experienced marketing team, and the development and implementation of the overall marketing strategy focused on strategic business and market development.
Bonn Foods as vice president of marketing Flexibles Food and specialty, and in various sales, marketing and management development package with increased responsibility for food and the national drink, there including the Keebler Company, Kraft Foods Inc. and General Corporation.
graduate of Michigan State University with a Bachelor of Science in packaging, Bonn has also received a master’s degree in engineering management from Northwestern University.
Menasha Packaging Company, LLC, Appleton, Wisconsin, is a subsidiary of Menasha Corporation. Founded in 1849, the Company celebrates 160 years of manufacturing excellence. This heritage is built on quality products, personalized service, dedicated employees and innovative printing and design capabilities. Menasha Packaging is a leading supplier of consumer packaging graphics, merchandising solutions, corrugated packaging, food packaging, containers and handling solutions and is home to the Institute integration details. With plant design, sales, service center, corrugated cardboard and located in the United States, the mission of the company to customers and sell their products.
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