Transportation Marketing & Sales Association Names Beth Malik To Board

Minneapolis, Oct. 17, 2014 (MindShare Strategies Media Services) – The Transportation Marketing & Sales Association (TMSA), which provides education, networking, recognition, and solutions to marketing, sales, and communication executives in all modes of transportation, has named Beth Malik to its board of directors.

Malik is director of marketing for SMC3, a leading provider of data, technology and education as an integrated solution to the freight transportation community. She has more than 20 years in customer marketing, product management, and transportation and supply chain management. Malik previously worked for Zep Inc. and Kimberly-Clark, and holds an executive MBA from Emory University - Goizueta Business School, and a bachelor of science degree in Business, Logistics from Penn State University.

According to Dino Moler, TMSA's current president and executive vice president of client solutions for LeSaint Logistics, Malik will make an excellent addition to the board of directors, given her vast experience in marketing, communications, and supply chain management.

"Beth is an accomplished marketing and business executive with a unique blend of experience that will be of significant value to our leadership team," said Moler. "TMSA is expanding its value in providing knowledge, connections, recognition, and solutions to marketing, sales, and communications professionals in North American transportation. Beth will bring unique perspectives in helping us to advance our mission and value to our members."

For more information on TMSA, call 952-466-6270 or visit

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About the Transportation Marketing & Sales Association
The Transportation Marketing and Sales Association (TMSA) provides knowledge, connections, recognition and solutions to marketing, sales, and communications professionals in the transportation and logistics industries. Member companies include motor carriers, railroads, air carriers, ocean lines, 3PLs, OEMs, passenger transit organizations, media and suppliers, and account for more than $300 billion in revenue each year. For more information, visit