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Infinity Marketing promotes two copywriting team members

Infinity Marketing, a full-service marketing agency in the Upstate, recently promoted Leslie Westlake to Copywriting Lead and Joshua Tankersley to Senior Copywriter within the firm’s Creative Team.

“These new title changes are reflective of the quality content Leslie and Joshua produce day in and day out,” said Curt Westlake, Creative Director. “We couldn’t be prouder to have two individuals on our team who can creatively tell our clients’ stories through words.”

Leslie Westlake was recently promoted to Copywriting Lead, where she conceptualizes, writes and edits content for multiple clients. Westlake earned her degree in communications from Rollins College and has over 30 years of experience with agencies across the southeast.

In his recent title change to Senior Copywriter, Joshua Tankersley writes for multiple clients across various projects such as videos, websites and branding materials. Tankersley earned his degree in English with an emphasis in creative writing from Anderson University and has previous experience as a writer and editor for several publishing groups.

These title changes demonstrate that Infinity is progressing in its Creative Department, nurturing and recognizing talent from within the organization.

About Infinity Marketing

Founded in 1993 and located in Greenville, S.C., Infinity Marketing ( is an integrated marketing agency. The firm offers a wide range of services including brand strategy, digital and traditional media, analytics, influencer programs, social media, SEM, SEO, creative services and web development. For more information on Infinity Marketing, please visit our website, LinkedIn page or follow us on Twitter @InfinityMktSC.

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