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The Rink Live announces new business and development manager

During the past decade, Aaron Westendorf previously worked for several hockey organizations, including USA Hockey, the USHL and the Texas Stars in Austin.

Aaron Westendorf
Aaron Westendorf

FARGO — Aaron Westendorf has been named the business and development manager for The Rink Live.

During the past decade, Westendorf previously worked for several hockey organizations, including USA Hockey, the USHL and the Texas Stars in Austin.

"I'm excited to join the talented staff at The Rink Live, and connect businesses with our community of hockey fans," Westendorf says. "The Rink Live already offers so many creative ways for companies to access the fan base that visits our site every day."

In his new role, Westendorf will focus on partnerships with The Rink Live, corporate advertising opportunities and other joint interests.

"Aaron was the missing piece to our staff," says Pierre-Paul Lamoureux, general manager for The Rink Live. "Bringing him into the Forum Communications family was important for our team. We share the stories of so many unique people in the hockey world from 'Pee Wees to the Pros.' Aaron brings a lot to the table with his experience working with USA Hockey and the USHL, along with his knowledge and expertise in marketing and digital advertising. We’re lucky to have him and excited watch The Rink Live flourish."

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