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Local Business

August 3, 2013

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Hudson to oversee three businesses

ANDERSON — Jim Hudson of Anderson has been named general manager of three area printing businesses who operate under ReproComm Inc. in Anderson, Lafayette and Peru.

Hudson will oversee all customer service, prepress and production at the three sites. "This will help us centralize and streamline our operations," Hudson said.

Born and raised in Anderson, Hudson earned a bachelor's degree in industrial management from Purdue University. He has 40 years of experience in the industry, most at Hudson Printing, where he learned the business from his father and grandfather, then became the owner and operator.

Founded in 1918 by Hudson's grandfather, Hudson Printing now operates a customer service and sales office in Anderson.

Thorpe Miller joins IMCU

INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana Members Credit Union (IMCU), central Indiana’s largest credit union, announced that Anderson University graduate Thorpe Miller has joined the organization as assistant vice president of sales and marketing.

Miller will assist IMCU and lead the business development and marketing efforts as well as work closely with the business services team to develop new and existing business accounts, as well as actively promote and involve IMCU with the local community.

Miller brings 22 years of experience in sales and corporate partnerships to his position at IMCU. He was previously employed with Pacers Sports & Entertainment and held the title of corporate partnership sales director where he sold and managed a portfolio of local, regional and national clients involving marketing partnerships with the Indiana Pacers and Fever.

He serves on the Marketing Advisory Board for the Anderson University Falls School of Business. Miller coaches multiple youth sports and serves as a mentor for high school and college students. He attends White River Christian Church and is an avid runner and golfer. Miller resides in Noblesville with his wife Gina and three children.

Miller can be reached at 317-554-8112, tmiller@imcu.com.

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