Did you hear?... Ryan Corey named sales development manager for Backpacker

Ryan Corey has been named sales development manager for Backpacker magazine.
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Ryan Corey has been named sales development manager for Backpacker magazine. Corey will be based in Rodale’s New York office and will report to publisher John Boland and Kent Ebersole, advertising director for the magazine. Corey will be responsible for developing and maintaining endemic and non-endemic categories such as consumer electronics, technology, personal finance, and import automotive. Corey will also be responsible for the New England Territory.

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