Club Marine Magazine
, Australasia’s leading marine lifestyle title, is pleased to announce the appointment of its new National Advertising Manager, Maureen O’Reilly.
As a highly experienced marketing executive, with over 20 years’ experience in the media and agency sector, Maureen brings a wealth of expertise to enhance the Club Marine
team and further benefit our advertisers.
Maureen’s background encompasses senior client management experience within a broad range of industry sectors. Throughout her career, she has held responsibility for the management of key accounts within the automotive, retail, hospitality, education and government sectors.
Maureen has held sales management positions on industry journals, magazines and newspapers. This in-depth understanding of the print media landscape positions her as a valuable resource for Club Marine’s
advertisers. In her role as National Advertising Manager, she will assist clients in developing marketing campaigns that capitalise on the unique and diverse advertising opportunities within Club Marine Magazine.
More recently, Maureen has worked with a number of leading advertising agencies, developing and implementing marketing strategies to enhance and grow her clients’ businesses.
“As a long-time boatie, I am thrilled to join Club Marine
during the magazine’s exciting growth phase,” said Maureen. “With an audited circulation of almost 90,000 readers, I look forward to sharing the magazine’s great message with advertisers.”
“We are delighted to welcome Maureen to the Club Marine
team,” said Managing Editor, Chris Beattie. “With her strong advertising industry background and her recreational boating experience, she is ideally placed to work with our advertisers to deliver great outcomes.”
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