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Knology Columbus announces general manager changes

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COLUMBUS, GA – Knology of Columbus announced today the selection of Dave Troxel as the division's new general manager. Troxel's appointment comes on the heels of the promotion of former general manager of 12 years, Royce Ard, to company vice president of sales and marketing for Knology, Inc.

"Royce has been a significant contributor within our company for over a decade, and throughout his tenure with the company, he has consistently demonstrated the ability to develop innovative sales and marketing initiatives," says Todd Holt, president of Knology, Inc. "We are excited to now have Dave on board with our Columbus division, and we know his many years of experience will enable him to move the market forward on the solid path that Royce and his team have established."

Troxel is a 31-year industry veteran, having most recently served as vice president and general manager for Comcast's East Tennessee system. He additionally served as project director for Comcast's Knoxville and East Tennessee markets, during which he facilitated the rollout of all digital platforms and home security systems.

Ard has over 23 years of sales, marketing and operations experience in high-tech industries. Before joining Knology of Columbus as general manager in 1999, he held previous positions as manager for The UniLink Group; director of sales and marketing for Communications Central Inc.; and president of ECOM America, Ltd. – all in the Atlanta, Ga. area.

 

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