Two promotions were announced April 15 by Heritage Auctions Galleries, Inc.
Kelley Norwine has moved up from vice president of marketing to become the new vice president of media and client relations.
Debbie Rexing was promoted to vice president of marketing.
?We will be taking a more global look at all aspects of the Heritage business,? Norwine said.
What this entails is to increase awareness of Heritage through various media outlets and to focus on client relations internally and externally, identify areas where improvement is needed and provide high level strategy, she explained.
Norwine will be tapped by senior management to investigate, address and resolve higher customer service issues.
Norwine?s background includes a double major in business management and music education and extensive experience in advertising, marketing and public relations.
While in Los Angeles, Norwine became the regional manager and client services director for NAS-McCann WorldGroup, an international advertising and communications agency where she was responsible for running one of the largest offices in the country.
In her six and a half years at Heritage, Rexing has worked in photography, the auction department, and the marketing and handling of U.S. coins, world coins, currency, music and entertainment, vintage movie posters, Americana and U.S. Tangibles Inc.
She has a ground floor-up perspective of Heritage operations and will work to gain more market share in both the established brands and newly entered categories.
Rexing?s credentials include degrees in business administration in marketing and human resource management from Ohio State University, as well as sales and marketing/brand development experience for Kraft General Foods and Proctor and Gamble.