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PPG Announces Marketing Organization Appointments

PPG Automotive Refinish announced the appointment of two marketing management positions. Randy Cremeans has been appointed director of marketing, collision USCA, and Mary Kimbro has been appointed director, global color.

Cremeans will be responsible for leading the marketing strategies and initiatives for the North American collision segments. Cremeans has over 7 years with PPG and has held various positions, including sales business development manager, global platform manager, global director collision segment and his latest assignment as manager, collision segment, USCA. Prior to PPG, he had 14 years of sales and marketing positions in the coatings industry. Cremeans holds a BS degree in marketing and MIS from Syracuse University.

Kimbro will focus on global strategies to continue strengthening the PPG color position. Kimbro has more than 20 years experience in various positions with PPG, including technical product development chemist, training and customer service manager, MVP operations and collision center marketing director, regional sales manager, product manager and her latest assignment as director, collision marketing USCA. Kimbro holds a BS in chemistry from Westminster College and an MBA from Baldwin Wallace College. She was awarded a patent for a new coatings technology and was a recipient of PPG’s Presidential Award for her contributions.

For more information visit www.ppgrefinish.com.

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