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Wyoming Newspapers welcomes Tesoro

Posted: Thursday, Mar 14th, 2013


Pioneer Managing Editor

LYMAN — Wyoming Newspapers, Inc., and the staff at the Bridger Valley Pioneer are pleased to announce the return of Mark Tesoro. Tesoro will serve as associate publisher and marketing director.

“I’m absolutely thrilled that Mark has rejoined our team at Wyoming Newspapers, Inc.,” said Mike Jensen, group publisher. “He brings with him integrity, professionalism and a great personality — all of which are outstanding attributes that will lend themselves well to his success as associate publisher and marketing director of our three newspapers here in southwest Wyoming. Mark’s marketing and previous newspaper experience will be extremely beneficial to our local service, professional and retail businesses in helping them plan, implement and achieve their marketing goals through our various print and online products.”

Tesoro previously spent more than eight years at the Uinta County Herald, Bridger Valley Pioneer and Kemmerer Gazette, from 2003 to 2011, so he is no stranger to Wyoming Newspapers, Inc., or the business of providing local companies innovative advertising options.

“I’m very excited to be back at Wyoming Newspapers, Inc.,” Tesoro said. “The newspaper is in my blood, and I’ve always enjoyed being out in the community, visiting accounts and helping businesses.”

“One thing I’ve always appreciated about Mark is the fact that he is a man of character, and a man of his word,” Jensen added. “He takes pride and ownership in everything he does, whether it be his job, his family, his church or the variety of community positions he holds. And, in this day and age, that’s a rarity. Plus he’s a talented fly fisherman and outdoorsman. And that’s a good thing. I look forward to having Mark’s contributions and hard work take our award-winning community newspapers here in southwest Wyoming to the next level.”

Tesoro moved to Evanston with his family in 1973 at the age of 2. His father, Dr. Augusto Tesoro, was a longtime physician in the community. Tesoro’s family includes his wife, Sherie, and children Olivia and Eli, both of whom are currently attending Evanston High School.

Tesoro can be reached at (307) 789-6560, or via email at mtesoro@uintacountyherald.com.

For the complete article see the 03-15-2013 issue.

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