PRLog - March 24, 2014 - FORT MILL, S.C. -- NarroWay Productions hires former Marine Sergeant Nathannael Ramsay to take the helm of the company's marketing, public relations and group sales programs. Ramsay comes into the position after having served over eight years as a United States Marine. He was honorably discharged from active service in November 2013 for medical reasons.
"Nathan brings great leadership skills to our team," says theatre manager, Lora McCoy. "He has invaluable experience, excellent public relations skills and a heart for the mission of NarroWay Productions."
In his new post, Ramsay represents NarroWay as one of the southeast's most unique attractions on a national level. Participating in the American Bus Association, Travel South USA, regional tourism organizations and various other tourism entities, he oversees all aspects of marketing and group sales, as well as public relations. He also works with various organizations to develop partnerships and and promote cooperative efforts and community involvement.
Ramsay is no stranger to NarroWay. Prior to joining the Marine Corp., he participated as a cast member from 2002 until 2005. As a teen, he played the part of a Roman soldier on stage in shows such as "Anno Domini" and "Lord of Light."
After graduating from Fort Mill High School he went through basic training at Parris Island, SC. During his tenure as a Marine, he served two tours of duty in Iraq, advancing to the rank of Sergeant. Ramsay received various commendations including the Navy & Marine Corps Achievement Medal as well as twice earning the Marine Corps Good Conduct Medal.
Ramsay and his wife, Kayla, currently reside in Pineville, NC with their 12-week old son, Nathannael Stephen Ramsay, II.