Christian “Chris” Renstrom has joined the integrated marketing communications firm as vice president of business development. Renstrom, a respected advertising professional with more than two decades of marketing management experience, will leverage the agency’s unique 360° marketing platform and comprehensive service capabilities to further establish the firm as an industry leader.
Prior to joining Mason, Renstrom served as advertising director for the Hartford Business Journal and founded Hartford Magazine, for which he was also vice president and general manager. Furthermore, he excelled in a similar agency environment as vice president of business development at Worx Group (now Worx Branding & Advertising) in Prospect, Connecticut. In these positions, Renstrom fostered deep-rooted connections across the state, particularly the greater-Hartford region which is a major geographic focus for Mason’s new business development.
After sitting on its board for seven years, Renstrom completed a decade long involvement with Special Olympics Connecticut by furthering the organization’s progression as vice president of corporate relations and special events. Through this experience, as well as management roles at major telecommunications corporations Verizon Wireless and Cingular Wireless (now AT&T mobile), Renstrom established a distinguished network of corporate contacts.
As Mason’s Vice President of Business Development, Renstrom will capitalize on notable connections to procure prominent business and corporate clients, and facilitate steady revenue growth.
“Chris represents an important part of our strategy moving forward as we are poised to place more emphasis in Hartford and Fairfield County areas,” said Charlie Mason, chief executive officer, Mason, Inc. “We are very excited to have someone of Chris’s caliber join us and take our message more aggressively into these markets.”
Renstrom is a lifelong resident of the Greater Hartford community, and currently resides in West Hartford with his two daughters. He graduated from Eastern Connecticut State University where he later served as a foundation board member for nine years. Additionally, he has been a member of the board for the Connecticut Boxing Hall of Fame since 2009.
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