KPS3 hires Brook Bentley as account coordinator

KPS3 is excited to announce it has hired Brook Bentley as an account coordinator.

Her responsibilities include building and supporting strategy at KPS3 to ensure our client’s goals are met seamlessly.

“We’re thrilled to welcome Brook to our growing team,” said Kevin Jones, KPS3 creative & technical director and COO. “Brook’s experience in project management, writing and social media strategy make her a welcome addition to our team.”

Bentley joins KPS3 from the Sierra Nevada Media Group, where she was the social media and digital content manager. She was responsible for developing and maintaining content marketing for both local and national clients, which entailed execution of data-driven social campaigns, promotions, and strategies to increase word-of-mouth referrals and brand advocacy.

Before that, Bentley was the product manager at Everything Nevada where she improved and marketed a multi-touch directory website, implemented SEO strategy, conceptualized and executed social media and email marketing strategy, and led a small team to ensure the highest quality of account management.

Brook earned her BA in journalism and media studies from San Diego State University in 2011 and her MBA from the University of Nevada in 2019. Welcome to the team, Brook!

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