Ricky Haynes Promoted to President of Signal

Signal is pleased to announce that effective January 1, 2014, Ricky Haynes is promoted to the position of President.

Ricky now takes on the leadership of Signal as a whole while continuing his responsibilities as our director of technology services.

Ricky’s father, Rick Haynes, who has served as president since founding the company in 1992, will continue at Signal in the role of Chief Executive Officer.

“As Signal has evolved over the years, our web and digital services offerings have become the largest share of our business,” Rick commented. “Today, as our clients look to us to help them navigate the new digital marketing landscape, there is no question that Ricky is the most qualified person to take over and lead Signal into the future.”

“I’m honored to serve Signal in this new position,” Ricky said. “We’re fortunate to have such an outstanding and dynamic team that loves doing what they do – solving complex business problems. Signal enjoys the challenge of finding the freshest, most innovative ways to tell our clients’ unique stories, and doing whatever it takes to make sure their marketing objectives get accomplished.”

We invite all of Signal’s friends to join us in congratulating Ricky!

Pictured below (L-R): Ricky Haynes, Jim Ellis (Vice President, Account Director), Rick Haynes (CEO), Phil Stephens (Director of Account Services)

Donald Trull - Copy Director

By: Donald Trull

Copy Director

Donald offers our clients nearly two decades of experience crafting effective written content for a wide variety of international clients. He contributes creative campaign concepting, original copy development and editorial management to deliver professional and polished verbal communications. He is also the master of the tagline. Donald has won numerous Triangle ADDY Awards, including the best overall copy award in 2009. His writing has earned praise online in the fields of humor and film criticism.


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