Millennium’s Senior Sales Expert Celebrates 10th Anniversary!

In business for a prunnamedoud 26 years, Millennium Marketing Solutions has developed a hard working team of creative individuals who are always willing to expand their knowledge in all things marketing. One of our marketing consultants and experts, Debra May recently celebrated her 10th anniversary with Millennium! 

Debra’s dedication to customer service and experience in marketing has never failed to expertly guide our clients in the right direction for their business. She’s involved in various organizations, including the National Association of Catering Executives (NACE), Property Management Association (PMA), Maryland Multi Housing Association (MMHA), and Baltimore Washington Coordinator Chamber (BWCC).

After 16 years in catering sales, Debra joined the Millennium team with sales experience and expertise. She’s a proud alumni of Towson University, where she received a B.S. in Business Management with a focus on Marketing and Finance.

Involved in her community, she was President of Long Reach High School’s Boosters Club, where she developed The Taste of Long Reach, a new program and theme for a fundraiser, which netted three times the profit in previous years and is now four times original profit margin.

Debra’s unwavering dedication to helping clients grow their business with new ideas and creative marketing shines each and every day both in and outside of the workplace. She does not hesitate to suggest a new approach and push Millennium’s sales team to provide the best customer service possible.

She has been happily married to her husband, Doug since 2007 and her daughter, Amanda is now in college at Indiana University of Pennsylvania. Debra is a huge Steelers, O’s, and Terps basketball fan. Her outgoing personality allows her to make a friend everywhere she goes.

We are so proud of Debra’s accomplishments and dedication to our clients! We are confident she will continue to impress! Congrats, Debra!

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