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Marketing Communications Manager

Detroit Club
Detroit, MI
  • Expired: over a month ago. Applications are no longer accepted.
Job Description

We are looking for a Marketing Communications Manager to join our team! You will be responsible for overseeing marketing policies and programs, as well as identify areas of improvement to increase brand awareness.

Responsibilities:

  • Oversee and coordinate product development and marketing trends
  • Determine product demand and customer awareness
  • Develop pricing strategies to maximize return on investment
  • Coordinate marketing campaigns with sales activities
  • Review and optimize marketing budget
  • Monitor and report on customer satisfaction
  • Social Media Management
  • Create Flyers for events 
  • Menu Changes and Updates 
  • App Management 
  • Weekly news letter
  • Email Marketing  

Qualifications:

  • Previous experience in marketing or other related fields
  • Experience in a managerial role
  • Strong project management skills
  • Strong leadership qualities
  • Deadline and detail-oriented
Company Description
The Detroit Club was formed on October 11, 1882, when lawyer Samuel Douglas and Banker James T. Campbell decided to rent a small house on Lafayette Street.

The principle behind the club was to create a space where businessmen could come to fraternize and talk with one another about business. The founding membership of the Detroit Club consisted of ten local businessmen, including both Douglas and Campbell.

Shortly after opening the club on Lafayette, the private social club recruited one hundred additional businessmen to join, including the founder of the Michigan Telephone Company, Hugh McMillan, and a former Michigan Governor, Russell A. Alger.

Quickly outgrowing its current clubhouse on Lafayette, the members enlisted architect Wilson Eyre to construct their new clubhouse, which would later become one of Detroit's most iconic buildings. The clubs new ‘Romanesque Revival’ styled building seated at the corner of Cass and Fort Avenues which was completed in 1891.

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The Detroit Club was formed on October 11, 1882, when lawyer Samuel Douglas and Banker James T. Campbell decided to rent a small house on Lafayette Street. The principle behind the club was to create a space where businessmen could come to fraternize and talk with one another about business. The founding membership of the Detroit Club consisted of ten local businessmen, including both Douglas and Campbell. Shortly after opening the club on Lafayette, the private social club recruited one hundred additional businessmen to join, including the founder of the Michigan Telephone Company, Hugh McMillan, and a former Michigan Governor, Russell A. Alger. Quickly outgrowing its current clubhouse on Lafayette, the members enlisted architect Wilson Eyre to construct their new clubhouse, which would later become one of Detroit's most iconic buildings. The clubs new ‘Romanesque Revival’ styled building seated at the corner of Cass and Fort Avenues which was completed in 1891.

Address

712 Cass Ave

Detroit, MI
USA

Industry

Business

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