UNT student named Collegiate Marketer of Year by DFW American Marketing Association

Friday, April 12, 2013 - 14:10

University of North Texas College of Business student Thomas Pemberton, a junior studying marketing, has been named DFW American Marketing Association Collegiate Marketer of the Year.

Winners were announced at an April 11 gala in Dallas.

Pemberton, who plans to graduate from UNT in December, is the former president of the UNT AMA chapter.

While attending UNT, Pemberton works full-time as a project manager with SPYCH – a Dallas-based marketing research and strategy consulting firm. In addition, Pemberton owns an online business called Trending Global. He launched and still operates this business — with the help of his first hire, his mother — in the tech accessories market.

Pemberton was nominated for implementing a digital marketing strategy for Culinaire International. The project used emerging technology and social media to increase brand awareness, brand affinity and revenue for Belo Mansion.

 

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