Kinetic Agency hires three

2014-08-13T13:32:00Z 2014-08-15T14:15:05Z Kinetic Agency hires three The Billings Gazette
August 13, 2014 1:32 pm

The Kinetic Agency has added three people to its staff.

Erika McLaughlin is an account planner. McLaughlin recently returned to Billings after working as an event coordinator in Austin, Texas, for over four years, where she was part of the 2013 SXSW coordination team.

Lorinda Lucas is an account planner and traffic manager. A graduate of Montana State University, Lucas joined the Kinetic team after nine years at U.S. Bank.

Graphic designer and illustrator Cole Reichenbach completed the graphic design program at Montana State University and worked in Bozeman as a graphic designer for several years before moving to Billings.

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