Scrivner Names Demme Senior Vice President of Marketing

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Scrivner Names Demme Senior Vice President of Marketing


Jim Demme has been named senior vice president of marketing at Scrivner Inc. Demme is responsible for corporate sales, advertising, private label and merchandising. He was with Scrivner for 13 years and rejoined the company in June. . .

Arthur L. Atkinson has been promoted to vice president of national training at Express Services Temporary and Permanent Personnel. His responsibilities will include supervision and implementation of classroom competency-based training and premise and video-produced instruction of Express National and nationwide employees. He has been with Express for seven years.

Dennis Karlstad and Al Schmeh have joined Applied Intelligence Group Inc. as senior account managers. Karlstad was vice president of information services at Neiman Marcus. Also joining Applied Intelligence Group Inc. is Roger Morton as senior programmer and analyst. He was project manager for Wilson Foods Corp. Thomas L. Woods will be associate programmer. He is a 1991 graduate of Oklahoma Christian University of Science and Arts and has worked for Hertz Corp.

John Duck has joined as director of finance and administration and Lillie Tomlin as director of human resources. She was a human resources assistant for Optigraphics in San Diego. . .

Larry James, of Larry James and Co. in Tulsa, has been installed as president of the Oklahoma Speaker's Association, a chapter of the National Speaker's Association.

Others installed in office are Larry Winget, Win Seminars of Tulsa, vice president; Carol Dean Schreiner, C.D.

Enterprises of Norman, secretary; Rita Williams, treasurer; and Vern Holder, Holder and Associates of Edmond. …

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