CAMS appoint new media manager
- 22nd December 2016, 7:11am
The Confederation of Australian Motor Sport have announce that Tom Reynolds has been appointed to the role of General Manager - Media and Communications.
Tom has extensive experience in media, communications, marketing, video and social media activations and strategy, with particular focus on the motor sport industry.
Alongside his tertiary qualifications, Tom has performed the roles of Media Manager for the Australian Superbike Championship, Australian Rally Championship, Pedders Rally Team and Targa New Zealand.
He has also consulted to a wide range of organisations and industries, including the Holden Racing Team, the Australian Grand Prix Corporation, and is co-owner and head of PR for State of Matter MAAP Racing Team.
The role will oversee CAMS’ media, communications and digital strategy across all programs and properties in the CAMS Group.
Properties recently added to the CAMS Group include the CAMS Jayco Australian Formula 4 Championship, CAMS National Racing Championships (Shannons Nationals), CAMS Australian Rally Championship and CAMS Australian Off Road Championship.
CAMS CEO Eugene Arocca said it was an important appointment for CAMS.
“This is a critical role for CAMS, particularly given the increasing scale and scope of our operations,” Arocca said.
“We are pleased to have attracted someone of Tom’s calibre to the organisation and I’m confident he will make an outstanding contribution.”
Tom will commence the role on January 11th, 2017.
"I'd like to thank CAMS for this wonderful opportunity to take on this exciting and challenging role,” Reynolds said.
"I'm looking forward to engaging with members, stakeholders and motor sport fans across the country. I start in early January and can't wait to get in there!"
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