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communications designer | spark plug
Hometown: Portland, TX
Marco brings almost 20 years of experience in marketing and events, 15 of which have been spent specifically within the automotive industry. He has seen this industry through many lenses as a Product Specialist, Regional Product Trainer, Facilitator, and Regional Accessories Sales Manager while partnering with brands like BMW, MINI, Toyota, VW, and Chevrolet. He has seen a lot in the industry serving both consumer-facing audiences and dealership personnel.
Growing up on the South Texas coast and graduating from the University of Texas, Marco comes from a family of educators that have two passions: transformation through education and following the Texas Longhorns. With an extreme joy for bringing smiles to others, Marco’s personal mission is to create excitement and enthusiasm in every project he brings to life, making him a great fit for our Creative Team. He loves to be the spark that sets the energy ball in motion.
Marco currently lives in Central Texas and when he’s off the clock, he’s usually on the water fishin’, sailing the inland lakes, or looking for a secret watering hole for swimmin’ or sippin’!
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