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Meet the New Ad Manager for Westlake Patch

Bryan Pinta said he understands that marketing isn't always a priority for businesses. He’s here to help.

Bryan Pinta is interested in connecting “local businesses with local residents.” 

The new Westlake Patch advertising manager, who started his new post on July 23, will have his chance.

In just couple weeks on the job, he’s already hit the ground running.

Pinta, 29, brings years of sales and media experience with him.

In addition to helping launch two sales websites, he’s worked with the Plain Dealer and the Morning Journal newspapers.

Pinta, who said he “sort of fell into sales” because of his outgoing personality, said he’s looking forward to his new gig with Patch.

“I enjoy the ground floor opportunity to build something up,” said Pinta, who most recently was a stay-at-home dad. “We can all find out about what's happening in the world, but sometimes it’s difficult to find out what’s happening on your street.” 

In addition to managing the Patch accounts in Westlake, Pinta will oversee advertising sales for other Patch towns, including LakewoodBrecksville,Strongsville and Avon/Avon Lake.

“I like working with business owners one-on-one,” said Pinta, a graduate of St. Edward High School in Lakewood. “Business owners are busy running their business. They might not have time to do their marketing and social media.

I want to be an expert who’s there to help.”

Pinta is excited to be working in Westlake.

"(My family and I) lived there for a year," he said.  "Westlake is anchored by a , , a , , beautiful homes ... on and on. You have businesses from national brands to , literally home grown."

Pinta lives in North Ridgeville with his wife, Nichole, and their son, Griffyn, who’s almost 2.

If you see him around town, say hello. If you’re interested in advertising, call him at 440-522-4960, or send him an email at Bryan.Pinta@patch.com. He’s here to help.

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