Nick Segal, President and Co-founder of Partners Trust Real Estate Brokerage & Acquisitions, today announced the appointment of Audie Chamberlain as Vice President of Marketing.
The former Director of Social Marketing of realtor.com®, Chamberlain brings more than 15 years of experience in new media, marketing and the real estate industry to his new position. At Partners Trust, he will oversee the development and strengthening of all marketing, branding, communications, content and advertising for the company.
“We’re excited for Audie to join the Partners Trust team,” said Segal. “There’s an entire digital landscape to oversee and utilize to gain a competitive advantage and build brand. Audie’s background and knowledge of our market made him the perfect choice to oversee and execute the strategies and ideas required to position our properties, associates and the company to the marketplace.”
"I'm thrilled to join the leadership team at Partners Trust.” said Chamberlain. “Their commitment to innovation and unparalleled client services make this opportunity a marketer's dream.
Audie joins a growing team. Partners Trust Real Estate Brokerage & Acquistions was named the Southland’s fastest-growing residential real estate company by the Los Angeles Business Journal, which has listed it among the “Best Places to Work in Los Angeles” for the past four years.
Prior to joining Partner’s Trust, Audie was Director of Social Marketing at realtor.com. He was named among the 100 Most Influential Real Estate Leaders in 2011 and 2012 and led his team to win DigiDay's Social Media, Marketing and Advertising Award for Best Socialized Business those same years. Before real estate, he had a successful career in music that included building the fan base for Universal Music Group's first eBay store and crafting social media presences for some of the top recording artists in the world. He frequently speaks across the country to executives, marketers and reporters on how to leverage digital communications and social marketing for business.