Ricky Grasso Returns to Park Assist as Marketing Manager

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Park Assist is pleased to welcome back Ricky Grasso as the Marketing Manager. In this new role, Ricky will manage day-to-day marketing initiatives and logistics. He will serve as the point of contact for all trade show logistics, advertising planning, and internal corporate communications.

Ricky has had experience in the marketing field in a variety of platforms ranging from the performing arts, to the medical field and non-profit. In his previous role as a Marketing Assistant at Park Assist, Ricky organized trade show events, communicated internally on a global scale, managed social media platforms, created website content, and wrote external press releases, site announcements, and case studies.

Ricky recently graduated with a Master’s in Business Administration with a Marketing focus from the University of Bridgeport. Besides working, he also teaches and directs marching band organizations on a local and national scale. For the last five years, Ricky has directed a professional marching band based out of Denver, Colorado – organizing and coordinating logistics or a 200-piece ensemble, managing day to day responsibilities for the summer months. He is very excited to be transitioning into his career all while still maintaining his hobbies of working out at his CrossFit gym, traveling, and educating local Connecticut communities on the marching arts. Ricky is very much looking forward to this role on the Park Assist Team.

“I am delighted to have Ricky rejoin our marketing team as Marketing Manager following his internship with us. Ricky brings a strong business and organizational background along with excellent management skills. His internship enabled him to understand our business and make immediate contributions to our marketing program.” said Doug Rubinstein, Chief Marketing Officer.

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