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Dometic to expand staff in Elkhart

Dometic to expand staff in Elkhart

ELKHART — Dometic announced today that it will be centralizing marketing for the Americas division to Elkhart. Due to growth, Dometic has open positions in almost every department.

The corporate office, located at 1120 N Main St. Elkhart, has nearly 20 open positions, eight of which are for the marketing team.

Dometic recently completed a global corporate rebranding centered around the tagline ‘Mobile Living Made Easy.’

“Mobile Living Made Easy is at the heart of everything we do now at Dometic,” said Kelly McGann, senior vice president of marketing for Dometic Americas. “We want to ensure that consumers have the best experience possible and their essential needs are taken care of while living mobile. Marketing plays a big part in that experience and we are excited to bolster the team and bring everyone together under one roof.”

Marketing for Dometic previously resided in four states around the U.S. – Indiana, Ohio, Kentucky and Florida.

“We are excited to form a centralized marketing team in Elkhart. This will help to foster a more collaborative creative environment that will produce even more dynamic campaigns and assist in the development and improvement of smart, reliable products with outstanding design to exceed customer needs and expectations,” said McGann.

Dometic is looking for candidates with positive energy, career-driven mind-sets, motivation, and a willingness to learn. For more information on the various open positions, or to apply online, visit  Resumes may be submitted via e-mail to

SOURCE: Dometic press release

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