Julie Nickel to Manage Website, Events for Dicor
Julie Nickel has been hired as website administrator and events coordinator within the Dicor Corp.’s Marketing Group, according to a press release
“This is an entirely new position we’ve created to help us handle our rapid growth in these two key areas of communication,” said Gregg Fore, president of the Elkhart, Ind.-based Dicor Corp.
For the past 20 years Nickel has been employed by Dometic Corp., working in marketing/communications as well as special events coordinator, including show planning for Dometic RV.
“As people saw with our booth at the at the last RVIA show, Dicor Corp. is looking to develop a bigger profile in the RV industry,” said Fore. “We’ve come out with a number of new products that we believe can seriously address some of the important issues our clients and others in the industry face.”
“To help us better reach out to those we serve, we will soon have completely redesigned websites for Dicor Corp. and for each of our affiliated companies, complete with extensive product catalogs. For this and for our show displays, Julie is an industry veteran who brings to us tremendous experience from her years at Dometic. We are fortunate to have her recognized talent on board to help us use these marketing tools to maximum advantage.”
With Dometic marketing, Nickel also managed and coordinated collateral materials, samples, literature and point-of-purchase fulfillment for the aftermarket and manufacturers. She also operated Dometic’s internal resource center for print materials.
In 2010, Nickel was elected member of the Commercial Council with the Family Motor Coach Association (FMCA).
“I am attracted to Dicor Corp. as an Elkhart-based company with a consistent presence in the RV industry. It is doing some really great things and I look forward to being a part of this team,” said Nickel. “I’m excited about our new website launch and the opportunity to help position new products for Dicor Corp. I believe this is an excellent way to align my skills with a growth oriented company.”