Bowcott has a long history with Marshall Amplification

Chicago, IL (October 4, 2010) -- The Marshall Amplification USA Division announced today the hiring of Nick Bowcott to the position of Director of Marketing and Artist Relations. Mr. Bowcott has a rich history with iconic music brands, including over 18 years past involvement with Marshall products. In commenting on the hiring, Jon Ellery, Marshall UK Managing Director stated, "We are very pleased to be able to bring Nick back into the Marshall family. He is well known around the world as someone that 'bleeds Marshall' and we could not have put a better person into the position."

Nick Bowcott joins Marc Lee Shannon, VP of Sales and Ryan Rhodes, Brand Director as the key members of the Marshall USA Division.

In addition, Mr. Ellery announced that Marshall Amplification USA has entered into a partnership with US Music Corp to manage product logistics, dealer support, customer service and warranty/repair/parts service.

For more information:
Marshall USA

Source: Press Release

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