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Spectrum Industries Brings in New Graphic Design Talent

Spectrum Industries announced today that Samantha Boos has joined the marketing team as a graphic designer. Sam is a native of Chippewa Falls and a recent graduate from the University of Wisconsin-Stout with a Bachelor’s of Fine Arts in Graphic Design.

“I am looking forward to meeting and working with a great group of people,” Sam stated about beginning her career at Spectrum. “I am also excited to keep their brand strong, appealing and consistent in the various marketing mediums Spectrum uses.”

Sam comes to Spectrum with extensive experience in graphic design. She has worked for Queen of the Castle Magazine designing their layouts and ads and for their sister company Stokes + Herzog PR. For the past three years, Sam has worked as the Lead Designer at Summerana doing freelance design. She also had an internship at Great Northern Corporation. On top of all of that, Sam brings a strong knowledge of photography to Spectrum, having her own photography business for over 4 years.


“We are looking forward to the innovative design ideas Sam will bring to our team,” stated Carla Leuck, Marketing Manager at Spectrum. “She has a lot of talent and her creativity will help Spectrum grow as we continue to expand our product selections into new markets.”
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