Nobody Delivers the Nashua Market Better!

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Advertising Executives


Nobody Delivers the Nashua Market Better!

The Telegraph strives to work with you to meet your marketing and sales objectives through our print and online audiences. Ask us how we can maximize your return on investment!

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Deb Sutphen
Retail Sales Representative for Amherst, Bedford, Manchester, Northern NH, Pelahm, Windham and Salem
603-594-6545 | dsutphen@nashuatelegraph.com
     

 

Deb Sutphen has been with the telegraph since 2007, as an advertising executive covering the Nashua, Amherst, Hollis, Milford, Merrimack, Bedford and Manchester areas. Deb is a native of Lowell, Mass. and currently lives in Pelham.

She volunteers for Animal Rescue Network of New England, www.arnne.org, and enjoys golfing, skiing, anything outdoors and spending time with family.


Mary Gorman
Major Accounts Manager
603-594-6418 | mgorman@nashuatelegraph.com
     

 

Mary Gorman is major accounts manager in the Advertising Department at The Telegraph and has been with the company since 1990.

She enjoys watching the Patriots, gardening and crafts.


Sheila Crete
Senior Sales Representative for Downtown Nashua, Amherst Street, Hudson and Litchfield
603-594-6509 | screte@nashuatelegraph.com
     

 

Sheila Crete has been with The Telegraph since 1997. She covers advertising for downtown Nashua and Hudson/Litchfield for the paper. Sheila is a native of Nashua and now lives in Hudson with her husband.

She is a huge Red Sox and Patriots fan and she and her husband run a local ACC Grass Roots Cribbage Club.


Lisa Krueger
Retail Sales Representative for Nashua, Daniel Webster Highway, Massachusetts, Northeastern Blvd, Broad Street & Amherst Street to Exit 8.
603-594-6412 | screte@nashuatelegraph.com
     

 

Lisa Krueger joined The Telegraph in February 2011. She works in the Advertising Department helping local business owners and managers grow their businesses through advertising. Lisa is a member of the Telegraph Events Marketing Committee and helps plan and works at Telegraph Events.

Outside of work, she is a mother of two boys, Damien, 9, and Donovan, 7, and happily engaged.


Chuck Mattia
Automotive and Event Sales Representative
603-594-6497 | cmattia@nashuatelegraph.com
     

 

Chuck just joined the Telegraph in 2012 after 25+ years at the Boston Globe. He has extensive experience in circulation sales & marketing developing promotional strategies with small and large retailers. Chuck is now matching sponsors and exhibitors with our portfolio of events to provide a very satisfying experience for those businesses and attendees alike. Additionally, Chuck is tasked with marketing and executing beneficial advertising opportunities from our family of publications to Automotive Dealers.

Aside from work, he is a true outdoorsman with a great love of nature. Otherwise, he's at home enjoying family and an unending list of home improvement projects.

Online Department

 

Maureen Walsh
Digital Media Sales Representative
603-594-6487 | mwalsh@nashuatelegraph.com
     

 

Maureen Walsh has been with The Telegraph since 2008 working in print advertising and digital media sales. She is responsible for advertising on The Telegraph's website as well as iits affiliate websites, consulting with clients on marketing, ad placement, budgets and ad design to help them achieve their goals. In addition, she has worked in advertising sales for other media companies in New Hampshire and Florida.

Maureen also has extensive experience in marketing, including managing vendor relationships, having worked for business-to-business companies as well as retail businesses in New Hampshire and Massachusetts.

 

Questions?
Call (603) 594-6418 or e-mail adsales@nashuatelegraph.com.