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Davey Tree Expert : Promotes Hyland to Director of Marketing

07/17/2014 | 10:05am US/Eastern

Posted: July 17, 2014

(Kent, OH) -  The Davey Tree Expert Company is proud to announce the promotion of Scott Hyland to Director of Marketing.

Hyland joined Davey in 2003 and has since worked in numerous corporate communications and marketing capacities. In his 11 years with Davey, Hyland has been responsible for direct response strategy, internet marketing and digital programs, including company websites, email marketing, mobile and paid organic search initiatives.

Sandra L Reid, Vice President of Corporate Communications and Strategic Planning, views the appointment as a strategic opportunity to further strengthen the Davey brand. "Scott's experience and expertise will provide the necessary skills to advance the company's marketing initiatives," said Reid. "I look forward to the enthusiasm and leadership he will bring to this new role." Prior to joining Davey, Hyland worked in sports marketing and professional athlete representation for multiple firms. He holds a Juris Doctor degree from the Wake Forest University School of Law and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Social Science from Malone University. Hyland is a member of Davey's President's Council, the American Marketing Association and is an International Society of Arboriculture certified arborist. 

The Davey Tree Expert Company, with U.S. and Canadian operations in more than 47 states and five provinces, provides a variety of tree care, grounds maintenance and consulting services for the residential, utility, commercial, and government markets. Founded in 1880, Davey has been employee owned for 35 years and has more than 7,800 employees who provide Proven Solutions for a Growing World.www.davey.com.

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