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  • Writer's pictureJen Galluzzo

Tyler Zemantic Promoted to Digital Marketing Manager at Harry

Updated: Apr 11


Bob Knight, President & CEO of Harry, Westchester County’s fastest-growing integrated marketing agency, announced today the promotion of Tyler Zemantic to Digital Marketing Manager. Zemantic brings over five years of experience to his new role, where he’ll focus on innovating data-driven integrated marketing campaigns, and influencer relationships for the agency’s clients.   


“At a time when influence is everything, we’re tremendously excited to elevate Tyler’s role at Harry, especially as we partner even more closely with our clients to make data-driven decisions to meet their business goals and drive change in the market,” said Bob Knight, President & CEO. “Tyler brings expertise in digital strategy, marketing, and analytics that will bring new opportunities for our expanding roster of clients.” 


Many will recognize Tyler when he was featured in a hysterical LinkedIn video at the Connected America conference, hitting the exhibit floor, securing as much swag as possible without having to talk broadband. Tyler’s sense of humor and strong work ethic fit right in at Harry as the agency looks to build on its social media momentum and client growth in sectors like broadband, real estate/economic development, healthcare, government affairs and crisis communications.  


Reporting to Jennifer Galluzzo, Harry’s VP of Digital, Zemantic will develop and execute digital marketing campaigns across an array of platforms, focusing collaboration among client teams. Previously, he worked as a digital marketing coordinator at Legrand and before that, as a social media analyst at the University of Connecticut. He graduated from the University of Connecticut with a degree in digital media and design/digital marketing/social media analytics.  


“It’s a lot of fun to attract and retain exceptional talent,” added Knight. “We’ve always been able to hire engaging, thoughtful people who really care about the work and who are hyper-focused on the client experience.” 



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