As an inventor and entrepreneur, Craig recognizes the important role that design plays in targeting and retaining consumers. His marketing experience along with his quest for simplistic problem solving provides the ideal background for his account growth initiatives as Mad*Pow’s Senior Sales & Operations Coordinator.
Craig came to Mad*Pow after successfully launching two businesses following his graduation from Plymouth State University. There he consistently made the President’s List, the National Honor Society, and for two years served as the President of MAPS, the University’s chapter of the American Marketing Association.
Passion and work/life balance are part of what drew Craig to Mad*Pow due to the variety of his outside interests. When he isn’t supporting our sales efforts at the office, you can find him building street rods and muscle cars or taking advantage of the great New Hampshire outdoors—paddle boarding, skiing, mountain biking or hiking.
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