Limousin hires Padilla for director of marketing
The North American Limousin Foundation is pleased to announce the addition of Frank Padilla as the Director of Marketing to the association’s staff. Padilla began his duties for NALF on Sept. 16, 2014.
“Padilla’s hands on experience and knowledge in all sectors of the beef industry make him a valuable addition to the team at the North American Limousin Foundation. Few combine the skill set to communicate across the board to seedstock breeders, commercial producers and feedyard managers in serving their needs. We welcome him back to NALF and look forward to him serving the membership and stakeholders of the Limousin breed,” said Mark Anderson, Executive Director of NALF.
Padilla, of Henderson, Colo., has years of diversified experience in all aspects of the beef industry. Most recently, he was the Director of Breed Promotion for the American Gelbvieh Association where he led breed promotion, the development of marketing strategies as well as educational programs.
“I’m excited to begin assisting the staff at NALF. The Limousin breed and the membership of NALF have always been very progressive and visionary in serving the beef industry and consumers. They are looking to the future into and developing more programs that create win-win opportunities for both the producer and the consumer.”
Padilla will be headquartered at the NALF office in Englewood, Colorado and can be reached at email@example.com or by phone at 303-220-1693 ext. 49.
The North American Limousin Foundation (NALF), headquartered in Englewood, Colo., provides programs and services, including the documentation of more than 25,000 head of cattle annually, for approximately 4,000 members and their commercial customers. The Limousin breed and Lim-Flex®hybrid offer industry leading growth and efficiency, while being an ideal complement to British breeds. For more information about NALF, please visit http://www.nalf.org.
––North American Limousin Foundation
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