Republic Records Ups Trina Tombrink To VP Of Triple A Promotion & Artist Development
December 17, 2012


Trina Tombrink
Republic Records has promoted Trina Tombrink to VP of Triple A Promotion & Artist Development. Republic Founder/CEO Monte Lipman states, "Trina has paved the way for some of our most exciting young acts at radio. With impressive devotion and dedication, she always exceeds the call of duty, not only raising awareness at the format but fostering and developing the artists' respective brands as well. It's an honor to have her on our team."

About the promotion, Tombrink adds, "At this point in my career, the excitement and thrill of breaking new artists is what gets me up in the morning. Going forward, I want to maintain our status as number one at the format. Monte and Avery [Lipman] are a fantastic team and I have the most respect for them. Both of those gentlemen empower their people. I believe that's one of many reasons why the label is so strong right now. Together, we're going to continue to accomplish some amazing things."

In 2008, Tombrink joined the label as Senior Director, Triple A Promotion. Since then, she's spearheaded radio campaigns for Florence + The Machine, Eddie Vedder, Jack Johnson, Gotye, Of Monsters And Men, The Avett Brothers and many more.

Prior to joining Republic, Tombrink worked at Columbia Records from 1991 until 2007. Over the course of 16 years, she held titles including TV Promotion Manager, Director of Rock Promotion, and Senior Director of Triple A Promotion. While at the company, she developed and executed radio plans for Bob Dylan, Bruce Springsteen, John Mellencamp, Jeff Buckley, John Mayer, Pete Yorn, Shawn Colvin and others. She started her career at KSJO/San Jose.




 
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