Protect America Names Rylan Francis as Their New Creative Director

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Protect America, Inc., the nation’s premier provider of wireless home security systems, has named Rylan Francis as their new creative director.

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His artistic vision has been invaluable to Protect America over the last few years and we know he’ll help lead a creative team that will grab customers’ attention for years to come.

Francis has worked in Protect America’s marketing department for over three years, most recently as a marketing manager. Protect America has grown exponentially in recent years, adding as many as 100 employees in the past 7 months. The marketing department has also seen substantial growth with the addition of graphic designers, copywriters, and social media professionals. Francis will be overseeing the creative output and performance of Protect America’s marketing collateral.

“We’re excited to have Rylan take over as our new creative director,” said Mackenzie Kelly, a spokeswoman for Protect America. “His artistic vision has been invaluable to Protect America over the last few years and we know he’ll help lead a creative team that will grab customers’ attention for years to come.

A graduate of the Savannah College of Art and Design, Francis has previously worked in the gaming industry designing jigsaw puzzles. His work at Protect America has drawn numerous industry accolades. Francis was most recently recognized with a nomination for Best Logo Design at this year’s SAMMY Awards in Las Vegas. He takes over as creative director effective immediately.

Call 1-800-951-5190 to speak with a Protect America home security expert about a wireless alarm system.

Visit http://www.ProtectAmerica.com for more information.

About Protect America, Inc.

Based in Austin, Texas, Protect America is the nation’s largest dealer of GE wireless home security products. Since its founding in 1992, the company has secured 400,000 American homes. Protect America is a proud part of the Rockbridge Growth Equity family of companies that includes the Cleveland Cavaliers and Quicken Loans.

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