Ashley Shenk Named Partner at NOISE Inc.
Nov 13, 2019
Highly Respected Branding, Marketing and Hospitality Pro Expands
Her Role Within Agency to Include Equity, Management and Growth
Sanibel, FL – NOISE Inc. has announced that Ashley Shenk has assumed an equity partnership position with the agency. NOISE is a brand activation agency of 34 years success, nationally and even internationally recognized for hospitality branding and marketing with more than 450 awards, media praise and university textbook case studies.
Most previously, Shenk served close to two years as Vice President of Brand Experience, leading clients to success via research, strategy, innovation, direction, experience delivery and revenue growth. She can be reached at AshleyS@Make-Noise.com or 239.395.9555 ext 4.
“Ashley has demonstrated her key value to client success,” notes John Sprecher, Founder and Creative Director. “Having worked side by side with her, particularly over the past 12 months managing high profile brands with multiple client contacts, clearly showed that she’s ready for the important tasks of agency management and revenue growth. Her equity position provides her the opportunities to participate in the direction of NOISE Inc. in consumer brands, particularly hospitality and tourism, healthcare, outdoor recreation, entertainment, food and beverage, real estate, retail and financial services.”
Chief Executive Officer Milissa Sprecher added that “Ashley is as passionate about improving the agency’s delivery of services and satisfaction, as she is contributing to the success of our clients. That’s a win-win for everyone.”
Prior to joining NOISE, Shenk owned Kalon Consulting of Fort Myers, whose clients are now serviced under the NOISE Brand. A Florida native fluent in tourism, she holds more than 15 years of travel, tourism and hospitality marketing experience.
She holds a Bachelor’s Degree from Florida State University and two Master’s Degrees from the University of Tampa — an MBA as well as an MS in Marketing. “I felt it was vital that I saw marketing from a 360 degree perspective,” she explains. “My dual degrees exposed me to both the client-business side and the branding, marketing and creative side of operating a profit-driven, customer-centric company.”