Watchfire Signs (Danville, IL) announced the company has elevated two employees in its top level leadership team. Kim Weninger was named chief operating officer and Kyle Dines was promoted to vice president of sports and indoor.
Kim Weninger joined Watchfire Signs as vice president, operations in 2015. Over her career, she has held senior level managerial positions in industries including chemicals, manufacturing, construction, industrial consulting, semiconductors and oil/gas. Since joining the company, Weninger has built an operations team that enables Watchfire to operate more efficiently, provide faster customer service, be more competitive in the marketplace and make Watchfire a safer place for employees.
Kyle Dines was promoted from sales director of the outdoor advertising (OA) division to vice president of sports and indoor. Dines will be responsible for managing all aspects of these two important Watchfire markets. A 12-year veteran of Watchfire, he has held various roles in engineering, project management and sales. Most recently he led the digital billboard sales team.
For more information, visit watchfiresigns.com.
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