Wilbanks joins the Bee staff
DAINGERFIELD -- The Steel Country Bee is pleased to introduce Eva Wilbanks as their new advertising sales representative, according to The Steel Country Bee Publisher Dannie Oliveaux.
"We are excited for Eva joining our staff in Daingerfield," said Oliveaux. "I believe she will be an asset to The Steel County Bee and her knowledge of the area is helpful."
Wilbanks is experienced in organizing and planning events, as was exhibited in July 2016, when she organized a "Back the Blue" event for local law enforcement.
"In four days, I organized efforts to gather water and Gatorade, as well as organizing the community in a show of appreciation for our surrounding police officers," said Wilbanks. "It turned out to be very successful."
With being fluent in both English and Spanish, Wilbanks offers a bilingual aspect to The Bee.
"Wilbanks offers an arm into the Hispanic community, and will be a great asset in selling ads," said Editor Toni Walker.
Wilbanks, a native of Ore City, currently resides in Hughes Springs with her husband, Trenton, and their three children. Kaylee and Kayden attend Hughes Springs, while Kinslee attends Wee Disciples Mother’s Day Out Program at Fellowship Baptist Church.
"I am excited to join The Bee, and work in the community I call home," said Wilbanks.
Contact Wilbanks at 903-645-3948 or at advertising@ steelcountrybee.com for advertising rates.