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Vice President - Marketing

Phone: (812) ***-****  HQ Phone
Email: t***@***.com
First Financial Bank N.A
One First Financial Plaza
Terre Haute , Indiana 47807
United States

Company Description: First Financial Bank has provided local service and administration of municipal bond financing for over 40 years. We can serve you as: indenture trustee paying...   more
Background

Employment History

  • Marketing Director
    Terre Haute First National Bank
  • Director of Market
    First Financial Bank
  • Director of Marketing
    First Financial Bank of Crossroads Cafe
15 Total References
Web References
History - Crossroads Communications
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In 1992, Ronn Mott and banker Terry Tevlin purchased AM 1300 and renamed the station WJSH.
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But Ronn Mott, who had been program director and morning personality at WBOW AM coupled his radio expertise with Terry Tevlin, marketing director at Terre Haute First National Bank, and the two purchased the station and returned it to the airwaves as a "stand-alone" AM with a locally produced nostalgia music format.
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So in 1994 Mott and Tevlin sold the station to an independent owner who moved from Connecticut to Terre Haute to operate the station.
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Tevlin and Mott succeeded, with the help of the bank, in getting the station back, but in mid 1996 Tevlin approached WSDM-FM owner/manager, Mike Petersen, about purchasing the station.
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Tevlin and Mott succeeded, with the help of the bank, in getting the station back, but in mid 1996 Tevlin approached WSDM-FM owner/manager, Mike Petersen, about purchasing the station.
But Ronn Mott, who had been ...
www.wsdm.com [cached]
But Ronn Mott, who had been program director and morning personality at WBOW AM coupled his radio expertise with Terry Tevlin, marketing director at Terre Haute First National Bank, and the two purchased the station and returned it to the airwaves as a "stand-alone" AM with a locally produced nostalgia music format.
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So in 1994 Mott and Tevlin sold the station to an independent owner who moved from Connecticut to Terre Haute to operate the station.
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Tevlin and Mott succeeded, with the help of the bank, in getting the station back, but in mid 1996 Tevlin approached WSDM-FM owner/manager, Mike Petersen, about purchasing the station.
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Tevlin and Mott succeeded, with the help of the bank, in getting the station back, but in mid 1996 Tevlin approached WSDM-FM owner/manager, Mike Petersen, about purchasing the station.
In 1992, Ronn Mott (currently our ...
www.wsdm.com [cached]
In 1992, Ronn Mott (currently our morning personality on WAXI) and banker Terry Tevlin purchased AM 1300 and renamed the station WJSH.
History
www.radioworksforme.com [cached]
In 1992, Ronn Mott and banker Terry Tevlin purchased AM 1300 and renamed the station WJSH.
...
But Ronn Mott, who had been program director and morning personality at WBOW AM coupled his radio expertise with Terry Tevlin, marketing director at Terre Haute First National Bank, and the two purchased the station and returned it to the airwaves as a "stand-alone" AM with a locally produced nostalgia music format.
...
So in 1994 Mott and Tevlin sold the station to an independent owner who moved from Connecticut to Terre Haute to operate the station.
...
Tevlin and Mott succeeded, with the help of the bank, in getting the station back, but in mid 1996 Tevlin approached WSDM-FM owner/manager, Mike Petersen, about purchasing the station.
...
Tevlin and Mott succeeded, with the help of the bank, in getting the station back, but in mid 1996 Tevlin approached WSDM-FM owner/manager, Mike Petersen, about purchasing the station.
"The bank is always concerned with ...
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"The bank is always concerned with customers' account security," said Terry Tevlin, director of Market for First Financial Bank."On a beautiful Spring day like this, people are out doing Spring cleaning."People cleaning out their closets, their basements, their attics, they have all these documents with vital account information, they really don't stop to think about it," Tevlin said.
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"We find that this is a really good way to reach out to the community, with our friends from Data Management Shredding," Tevlin said."We've got a high visibility location at U.S. 41 and Springhill Road, so we put the two together, and we've had a very successful event."Tevlin said First will be repeating the service again in the fall."Right now, we're doing it twice a year," he said."Maybe people will get used to it.We'll do it in the Spring time and we'll do it in the fall.Maybe people we'll save up for us."Finally, Tevlin emphasizes that there is one thing the bank will never do."A bank will never, ever, call acustomer and ask for information," Tevlin said."one thing we hear all the time is, "Susie from the Seventh Street branch called and said she need my number to do something.' "No. We have all your information.We are not going to call you and ask about your information," Tevlin said.
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