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Spectrum Welcomes Ashley Scott as Content Coordinator

Headquartered in Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin, Spectrum Industries Inc. is happy to welcome Ashley Scott as Content Coordinator. Scott will be responsible for writing press releases, case studies, articles, feature stories and managing social media platforms.

Scott received her Bachelor’s Degree from the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh studying Public Relations. She minored in journalism and sociology and previously worked for UW-Oshkosh as a Communications Intern for the University’s Alumni Center writing profile stories on campus Alumni.            

“I am looking forward to writing and creating content for Spectrum,” Scott said. “Writing articles, press releases and working with social media is exactly what I wanted to do with my degree. In addition to my writing experience, I believe my past work experience in manufacturing will help me understand how Spectrum’s products are created.”

The Sheboygan native worked at Kohler Company in Kohler, Wisconsin for three summers in the company’s Distribution Center. Her manufacturing experience from Kohler and education is something she will always be thankful for.         

“Being able to write and understand how Spectrum’s products are made is extremely important to me,” Scott said. “Spectrum creates products that connect people with technology, and being able to understand the design, process and ergonomics behind each product made is essential to my job.”          

Scott graduated in December of 2017 and couldn’t be more thankful that her first full-time job is with Spectrum.         

“We are excited to have Ashley join our team,” said Carla Leuck, Spectrum’s Marketing Manager. “She comes with great writing and social media experience and we are looking forward to boosting our marketing by including case studies and educational pieces to our Resellers and customers.”        

With being four hours away from home, Scott is adjusting to life in West-Central Wisconsin and loves to 
explore this new area of the state for her. 

“When I have free time, I always try to be active,” Scott said. “I enjoy spending time outside and finding new trails that I can run on.”  

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