XOS Names Grinch Regional Sales Manager for Integrated Solutions Group
XOS Digital has added Andrew G. Grinch as regional sales manager to promote its Integrated Solutions Group product line.
At XOS, Grinch is now responsible for select conference territories working on large capital facility projects, broadcast control rooms, halls of fame, and other branded areas that can benefit from ONE UP, the company’s interactive design partnership with design firm Downstream. Grinch will be based out of Columbia, Mo.
Overall, he will serve the XOS Integrated Solutions Group product line, which uses customized design and A/V technology to bridge the communication gap between coaching staffs and athletes, in addition to creating “emotionally inspiring” atmospheres within sports facilities. XOS has completed more than 200 facility jobs to date.
“Drew’s intricate knowledge of an athletic facility’s digital media needs makes him a tremendous asset to our team of industry-leading professionals,” says Mark Hudgins, president, XOS Integrated Solutions Group. “In addition, his extensive experience with branding and marketing will lend itself nicely to the promotion of our ONE UP interactive design services. We’re proud to have him on board.”
Grinch joins XOS after spending nine years at the University of Missouri, where he served in various marketing capacities within the school’s athletic department. Most recently he served as Mizzou’s assistant athletic director for marketing, where he managed several employees and helped the Tigers generate record sales figures.
Earlier in his career he covered the Green Bay Packers as a television reporter, anchor, and producer for WSAW-TV, a CBS-broadcast affiliate in Wausau, Wis.
Grinch is an Ohio University alumnus with a bachelor of science degree in broadcast journalism. He currently is a member of the National Association of Collegiate Marketing Administrators (NACMA). He also has won several “Best of” awards through the association, including gold winner status in 2008 and 2009 for TV spots, as well as bronze winner status in 2009 for a video board segment and a promotional poster.