The Duncan Banner


June 1, 2014

New advertising director joins The Duncan Banner

DUNCAN — Trent Maddox, who grew up in Duncan, has been named advertising director of The Duncan Banner.

Already at work, he assumes a management position at The Banner with responsibilities for sales and marketing of The Banner, Duncan…the Magazine,, the Bargain Guide, the Waurika News-Democrat and a variety of special projects and programs.

“We’re thrilled to have someone of Trent’s experience and energy join us in so important a role,” Ed Darling, publisher of The Banner, said. “He brings a new dimension of leadership not only to The Banner, but the community as well.

“His impact will be immediate and his commitment to customer service and sharing the benefits and values of our expanding product line will also be felt quickly.

“That he already knows and loves the community is an obvious asset. He has already renewed a number of friend and family acquaintances.”

Maddox, who was born in Ardmore but grew up here, graduated from Canyon (Texas) High School, attended West Texas A&M, then headed west for a diversified career in entertainment, management and sales positions.

He has worked for PPF Sports Collectibles, Costco Wholesale, Hangar 24 Brewing and Distribution, Total Wine and More, Beverages and More and Knott’s Berry Farm.

“I’m really happy to be back,” he said, “and I look forward to getting involved in the community. Duncan has always been a great place to live and to raise a family and I couldn’t be happier to share it with my family.”

Maddox is married to the former Emily Kulesza of Lakewood, Calif. They have a daughter, eight-month-old Kitty May.

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