Scrivner Appoints Vice Presidents; Sonic Names Marketing Director

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Scrivner Appoints Vice Presidents; Sonic Names Marketing Director


Robert Baker, Steve Johnson and Terry Marczewski have been named vice presidents of Scrivner Inc.

Baker has been named vice president of labor relations. He had been corporate director of labor relations. Johnson has been promoted to vice president of market research, having most recently served as corporate director of marketing research. Marczewski has been named vice president controller, advancing from corporate controller.

Scrivner Inc. is one of the largest wholesale food distributors in the United States. The Oklahoma-based company supplies 4,000 grocery stores in 29 states. . .

Stan Hansen has joined Sonic Industries as senior director of marketing. . .

Dr. Rodney E. Evans, Terry Heilig, Dr. Grady Pennington, Judy A. Robbins, and Dr. Willis J. Wheat have been chosen to serve as state judges in Oklahoma for The Blue Chip Enterprise Initiative.

Evans is a professor of business administration at the University of Oklahoma and is a member of the American Marketing Association and the Southern Marketing Association. Heilig is executive director of McAlester Economic Development Service Inc. and is affiliated with the National and Oklahoma Business Incubation Associations, the Small Business Management Advisory Committee, the International Technology Institute and the Southeastern Oklahoma Economic Development Association.

Pennington is the state director of the Oklahoma Small Business Development Center. Robbins is the director of the Small Business Development Center at Rose State College. Wheat is the T.K. Hendrick Distinguished Professor of Management at Oklahoma City University.

The Blue Chip Enterprise Initiative, begun in September, is a national information sharing effort to help America's small businesses compete more effectively and recognize their accomplishments through The Blue Chip Enterprise Award. The Initiative is sponsored by Connecticut Mutual Life Insurance Co., the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and Nation's Business magazine.

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Joey E. Martin has been named accounting assistant for Express Services Temporary & Permanent Personnel. Headquartered in Oklahoma City, Express Services projects 1991 revenues of $175 million and anticipates the addition of six new franchise offices within the next 15 months. …

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