Scott Walquist Named Vice President of Account Services for KPS3

Scott joined KPS3 marketing in 2003 as a marketing communications account coordinator before joining the agency’s management team in 2007. He specializes in integrated marketing communication, strategic communications campaigns and media relations and will continue to oversee much of the public relations efforts for KPS3’s clients due to his excellent working relationship with regional media. Scott graduated from University of Nevada, Reno, and received his bachelor’s degree in journalism with an emphasis in public relations and a minor in marketing.

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