Ateq Hires Marketing Coordinator - Tire Review Magazine

Ateq Hires Marketing Coordinator

ateq-heidi-franklin-hsHeidi Franklin has joined Ateq TPMS Tools as the company’s newest marketing coordinator. Franklin will be responsible for marketing the aviation, leak testing, and TPMS divisions of Ateq in North America.

“Ateq has experienced growth in all divisions of the company and knew it was time to bring on additional resources,” said Sheila Stevens, marketing coordinator at Ateq. “Heidi is a perfect addition to the Ateq team. Her vast experience in marketing and graphic design in the diagnostic tool industry will add a new dimension to the work of Ateq. We have full confidence Heidi will excel at her new position.”

Franklin has more than five years of experience in the vehicle diagnostic tool industry, working previously with DG Technologies. She has a bachelor’s degree in communications and business management from Hope College and an associate’s degree in graphic design from Henry Ford College.

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