Morales Joins Korg USA’s Marketing Department

by Christian Wissmuller • in
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• Created: January 2, 2018

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Korg USA has added integrated graphic designer, Norm Morales to the company’s marketing department.

Responsible for the implantation and execution of creative design campaigns, Morales joins the team after many years of developing creative advertising strategies for a variety of companies, designing and maintaining agency ad website content and running a production art studio.

“Norm has brought a new level of energy, sheer talent and inspiration to our company,” says Morgan Walker, Senior Manager of Marketing at Korg USA. “Norm is positive, hard-working and has been a breath of fresh air for the marketing department. We’re ecstatic to have him on our team,” Walker says.

Prior to joining Korg USA, Morales spent 16 years working at The Napoleon Group, a high-end production house based in New York City. Starting out as an Assistant Art Studio Manager, Morales worked his way up to Creative Director before leaving the company in 2016. He has worked with a variety of reputable brands such as Lego, Burger King and Aflac, as well as with Saatchi and Saatchi, Grey and McCann NY ad agencies. 

A vintage vinyl enthusiast, Morales is an avid collector of classic records from all eras of music. He and his wife own Rosie’s Vintage, an antique store in Huntington, New York.


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