Tribute Media Hires Development Manager

Posted by Lindsey Bowshier on Sep 1, 2016 9:32:00 AM

Norm Schurdell

Tribute Media, a Meridian-based web marketing agency, has recently hired a new development manager to oversee web development projects and manage the company's team of web developers. Norm Schurdell relocated from the Sacramento, California area to bring 20 years of experience in graphic design and web development to the Tribute Media team.

Before making the move for the development manager position, Norm owned and operated his own web design and development company, Why Not Design, as a part of The Marketing Minds Group, Inc. from 2008 to 2016. Prior to that, Norm held positions as a designer and creative director for an outdoor adventure sports web company. In addition to his 20-year career in the world of web marketing, Norm has a varied educational background, including degrees in electronics engineering, graphic design and ministry.

Looking for a "slower pace and open spaces," and having visited family in the Boise area for several years, Norm already knew that Meridian would be a great place to move with his wife and three children. In a role that offers the opportunity to utilize his technical aptitude as well as his leadership experience and abilities, Norm has found a perfect fit in Tribute Media. Voted as one of the best places to work in Idaho in 2016, Norm is happy to begin working with a company that offers the flexibility and work life balance that will allow him to enjoy time with his family in their new community.

Tribute Media is excited to welcome Norm to the leadership team and sees this as an important step in continued growth and success in the years to come.

Lindsey Bowshier

Written by Lindsey Bowshier

Lindsey is the director of web strategy at Tribute Media and holds a B.A. in English and Communication with an emphasis in Journalism. Outside of work, Lindsey participates in a "super-cool-not-at-all-nerdy" writing group. Her favorite writer is Dorothy Parker.

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