Berkshire Money Management Welcomes Marketing Specialist

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DALTON, Mass. — Berkshire Money Management (BMM) welcomes Kameron Spaulding as Marketing Specialist.
Kameron brings more than 10 years of marketing experience to the newly established role. Kameron will assist the Director of Community Development, Nichole Dupont, in all assets of marketing operations.
"One of the best ways BMM can continue our history of community development is to be sure we are letting families know that we can help them remove their anxiety when it comes to investing and retiring," said founder and CEO, Allen Harris. "Kam has a history of aligning solutions to problems. That is a perfect fit for a solution-oriented firm like BMM."
Kameron has worked as an editor for several local and regional publications and has also served as the Executive Director of the Lenox Chamber of Commerce for three years. Since then, he has established himself as an independent marketing and public relations consultant, helping businesses around the Northeast develop new digital and traditional marketing strategies to get through the noise of modern media.
Kam studied both Communications and Political Science, earning a bachelor's degree from Rhode Island College. He also holds marketing certifications from Google and Facebook.
Within the Berkshire community, Kam also has served on several elected boards in Lenox, including as chair of the Lenox Planning Board.

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