Sports Marketing Jobs in New Haven, Connecticut
WELCOME TO SUMMIT SUMMIT is premiere event marketing company in CT. Right now, we are looking to bring on 5 marketing and event based individuals to jump-start our trade show division. We are looking for the right people to take on leadership roles in the expansion and growth of this division. The right candidate will be self-motivated, have natural leadership abilities, and be career-oriented. ww...
BUYER – YOUNG MENS Bob’s Stores is a Northeast retailer of branded apparel and footwear. Since our first location opened in 1954, Bob’s Stores has been synonymous with terrific brands, great value and great service. Today, we have thirty-five stores in six states and an agenda loaded with great stuff to excite both our Customers and our Associates. With great brands, great values and terrific serv...
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