Nebraskan to handle Shorthorn communications
February 21, 2014
The American Shorthorn Association (ASA) welcomes Megan Bottcher-Brehm to the organization as the Director of Communications and Marketing. Brehm will be responsible for breed promotional efforts through advertisements, social media, and public relations strategies.
Brehm joins the American Shorthorn Association staff with a lifetime of experience in the agricultural industry. In addition to industry experiences gained as a cattle producer, Brehm brings a wealth of knowledge to the position gained while at Slagle Communications, a private agricultural communications and marketing contracting service in Brock, Neb. "I am sincerely honored to take this position at the American Shorthorn Association," Brehm commented, "The Shorthorn breed has so much to give the beef cattle industry; I am thrilled to be in a position where I will be able to promote this great breed of cattle at a national level." Montie Soules, Executive Secretary/CEO of the American Shorthorn Association, when asked for comment, noted that theassociation is "very fortunate to have someone like Megan as a part of the Shorthorn team. Her passion for agriculture and history with the breed will be a tremendous asset."
Brehm is a native of Talmage, Nebraska, where her family owns a Vermeer Hay Equipment dealership, farms, and operates a small Shorthorn based cattle herd. Brehm holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Peru State College in History with a concentration in Business Marketing. She resides with her husband Randall, and daughter Lauren on their farm near Syracuse, Neb. F