ASU Introduces new staff members at NAAA AgAviation Expo
(BOISE, Idaho) Aviation Specialties Unlimited, Inc. (ASU) recently hired Vikki Rosploch as Events and Media Coordinator and Twain Josephson as an independent contractor. Both have diverse professional backgrounds and bring a wealth of knowledge and experience to ASU, and will be present at the National Agricultural Aviation Association (NAAA) annual convention at booth #257.
Rosploch’s responsibilities primarily involve assisting with marketing efforts and trade show and event management. Originally from Australia, she established roots in Boise upon receiving the new position. Rosploch has a degree in communications, but found a passion for marketing and marketing analysis along the way. With a varied background from working for non-profits to high tech companies, Rosploch says, “I am excited to use my skills and experiences in the aviation industry and to expand ASU’s efforts at tradeshows worldwide.”
Josephson’s years of expertise in the agriculture business makes her role new role as an independent contractor managing sales in the agriculture market for ASU an easy transition from her previous work. Having grown up working on a wheat farm in Walla Walla, she then pursued a degree in aviation and continued on to earn her Aerial Applicator Certificate. She is a licensed helicopter and commercial fixed wing pilot, entrepreneur, and small business owner.
Come visit the ASU staff at NAAA, booth #257, for a demo of their night vision goggles (NVGs) December 5-7, 2017. They will also be holding a Q&A session on Thursday, December 7th from 2:45pm-4:15pm in room CC105-106.
Aviation Specialties Unlimited (ASU), established in 1995 is a leading innovator in night vision imaging system design, manufacturing, installation, certification, sales, training, and service. ASU serves customers around the world with onsite training, cockpit modification, service and support. For additional information call +1 208-426-8117 or visit http://www.asu-nvg.com
Our aviation community can look forward to a safer tomorrow as more advocates for flight safety like the FAA receive NVG training and gain valuable insight into safe NVG flight operations.
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