[12/03/2018] Meet the newest addition to the DayStarr Team: Mandy Rose, DayStarr’s new Director of Marketing. She joined us back in September and has been a great addition to the team.

Mandy is responsible for overseeing the marketing plan, providing insight to website designs, handling graphic design, managing social media platforms, and overseeing community events. She will also oversee the distribution and implementation of promotions, advertisements and other forms of external communication for DayStarr.

When we asked her what her favorite part of working at DayStarr is, she said, “The people.” She further explained, “DayStarr has been a wonderful company to work for and the people are a big part of that. Everyone here has been so helpful and has answered every question I’ve had. From my first day, I have felt included and a part of the team like I have been here for years. It is a great, positive, and supportive work environment, and I feel we are truly a big, happy DayStarr family.”

Mandy was raised in Corunna and attended Corunna High School. After high school she attended Ferris State University where she earned her Bachelor of Science in Business Administration and was a member of the American Marketing Association. Prior to DayStarr, Mandy was marketing for Security Credit Union with marketing efforts mostly focused in Genesee County. “I am excited to be getting involved in Owosso and Shiawassee County again. It is a wonderful community to be involved in, and DayStarr has great services to offer Owosso as well as other surrounding areas,” Mandy explained

On a personal note, Mandy enjoys spending time with family and friends and being involved in her church. She also spends time drinking coffee at Foster Coffee Company and working out at the Shiawassee Family YMCA where she met her husband. Mandy’s husband, Casey, may look familiar to long time DayStarr customers as he used to be our Outside Plant Manager before joining the Military.

Mandy is looking forward to implementing all of the marketing plans she has for DayStarr, saying, “Keep a lookout for our logo as we grow in the community and as a company.”