SitePro Rentals Hires Brand Pro as Senior Director of Marketing

The brand-positioning veteran began his career in pro sports, where he architected the NBA's first customer rewards program with the San Antonio Spurs.

SitePro Rentals, a subsidiary of Sammons Enterprises, has announced the appointment of Doug Miller as Senior Director of Marketing. Miller will lead strategic marketing and brand positioning for the construction and industrial equipment rental company.

Miller joins SitePro with over 20 years of marketing leadership experience across various industries. He started his career in pro sports, architecting the NBA’s first customer rewards program with the five-time champion San Antonio Spurs, according to SitePro.

Miller went on to lead multiple divisions at financial services firm GuideStone Financial Resources, overseeing marketing, digital, and innovation. Most recently, he was head of marketing for Texas equipment rental firm Rental One.

“We’re grateful to have a marketing pro of Doug’s caliber join SitePro to grow our business,” said company President Tim Rule in a statement. “He’s a great addition to our team, and I can’t wait to see him take our brand to the next level.”

SitePro Rentals is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Sammons Industrial. 

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