[FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE]
Sandwich, MA / Norton, MA – October 4, 2017 – CFS is excited to announce that Sid Davidson has joined CFS, Inc. of Norton and Sandwich, MA as Vice President of Business Development. Sid will be responsible for creating new relationships with local and regional businesses, working with the corporate marketing team to develop campaign support materials, and providing insight and value to executive management to shape the future of our organization.
“Sid is a seasoned executive with solid experience creating, developing, and executing successful business endeavors in retail, public relations, philanthropy, and logistical management,” says Greg Jezard, President of CFS. “His reach across a broad spectrum of industries has made this addition to our team a perfect fit.”
“Known as a determined community leader committed to seeking innovation through creative collaborations and inspirational approaches, Sid has a broad understanding of non-profits and an accomplished track record of developing and implementing successful fundraising and marketing campaigns. His poised business style will enhance our marketing support services, brand awareness, and client expansion on Cape Cod,” says CEO and company founder Tim Slattery.
As the Public Relations Director and Strategic Planner for the Lyndon Paul Lorusso Charitable Foundation, Sid has been the spokesperson regarding community initiatives and challenges on issues such as homelessness, opiate addiction, at-risk children, veteran affairs, law enforcement, and environmental issues. He has also been effective with political and legislative advocacy and engagement with local, regional, state, and federal officials.
About CFS, Inc:
Founded in 1990 in Massachusetts, CFS has been servicing clients throughout New England for more than two decades. What began as a marketing fulfillment company; has since grown to include expanded offerings to accommodate the need for additional marketing services including direct mail, event support, digital, print, and signage.