Marketing Specialist Samantha Harr Joins Trig

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July 17, 2018
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Tyler Hagler

Trig welcomes Samantha Harr

The Trig family is growing again! This week we welcome Samantha Harr into our new Junior Marketing Consultant position in the Brand Asset Management division. Samantha fit in right away with our team, having served as a writing and marketing contractor in her past experience. Brand team leader, Connie Tran, gives the following account of the expertise that Samantha brings to Trig's expanding line of copywriting and SEO services: "Finding a content marketer and copywriter who is both passionate about design and extremely gifted in the art of wordsmithing is no easy feat. In this short time, Samantha has already proven herself invaluable to the team, crafting high quality content that has pushed Trig's standards to the next level. We're very lucky to have her on our team!"

Writing is a talent that Ms. Harr discovered rather unexpectedly later in life. Her first love was the fashion industry, having graduated from the Savannah College of Art and Design with a BFA in Fashion Design with a minor specialization in Menswear Design and Tailoring. After receiving her diploma, Samantha set out to Los Angeles to intern under The Original Cult design house, where she went on to be hired full time. After years of West coast design work, she turned her creative efforts toward marketing and community outreach, which moved her back to the East coast. 

Thank you for joining our team, Samantha. We are so excited to have a dedicated content creator on staff! All of us are looking forward to further incorporating your vast portfolio of search engine optimization, campaign development, and design skills into our client offerings as well as Trig's internal endeavors. 

Tyler Hagler

As a career industrial designer and innovation practitioner, Ty Hagler has managed hundreds of new product development programs through the process of opportunity identification guided to commercialization.


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