Randall-Reilly Publishing Company, LLC operates as a business-to-business media and information company worldwide. It offers magazines, journals, Websites, events, educational opportunities, email blasts, truck stop signage, local radio advertising, direct mails, trade shows, television, telemarketing, driver surveys, and call-tracking software for driver recruitment; promotional products; and client research, brand awareness, customer satisfaction, product viability, focus groups, industry conditions/trends/preferences, owner-operator market behavior report, market pulse, and ad-hoc editorial surveys. It serves equipment managers, safety and maintenance personnel, custom truck enthusiasts, ...
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Randall-Reilly Announces Executive Changes
Apr 14 15
Randall-Reilly announced that current CEO Mike Reilly will assume the position of chairman of Randall-Reilly's Board of Directors. Brent Reilly will assume the responsibilities of chief executive officer alongside his current duties as president of the company. In his new position, Mike Reilly will work alongside the Board of Directors and the company's executive team to
build stronger client relationships. He will also work to maintain and guide Randall-Reilly's positive corporate culture at all levels of the company. As president and CEO, Brent will expand his leadership of the company's executive team. In addition, he will continue to work closely with Mike Reilly and the Board of Directors to determine Randall-Reilly's overall business strategy. The company also announced that Shane Elmore, the company's chief process officer, is being promoted to chief operations officer. Elmore will continue to work closely with Brent Reilly and the other members of the executive team to foster employee alignment with corporate goals and execute ongoing business operations.
Randall-Reilly Appoints Julie Arsenault as Vice President of Marketing
Jan 29 14
Randall-Reilly announced that it has named Julie Arsenault as vice president of marketing. Arsenault will move to the newly created position to oversee corporate communications and marketing for Randall-Reilly, focusing on creating value and clarity for clients, as well as strategic direction.