Taylor Guitars exec to headline LA Tech College of Business sustainability lecture

RUSTON — Aaron Dablow (’91, ’01), Sales Manager of The Americas for Taylor Guitars, will present the 2019 College of Business Sustainability Lecture on Thursday, Oct. 10, at 4 p.m. in Davis Auditorium (College of Business 101) on the Louisiana Tech University campus. This free lecture is open to the public.

“The decisions our students will make each day as socially responsible business leaders will involve sustainable practices. Managing the social, environmental, and economic impacts of a business is critical to long-term success and productivity,” said Dr. Chris Martin, dean of the College of Business. “Aaron’s lecture will tell the story of how Taylor Guitars uses sustainable business practices to drive performance, profitability, and company values. We’re grateful Aaron will be back on campus once again to share his insight on this important topic.”

Dablow serves as Sales Manager of The Americas for Taylor Guitars, the leading global builder of premium acoustic guitars. In this role, he oversees distributor and dealer sales network for North and South America, manages channel revenue, delivers business strategies for long-term vision and goals through marketing and merchandising, and provides leadership, training, and motivation of eight District Sales Managers. Before joining Taylor Guitars, Dablow held management positions at Guitar Center in Dallas, Texas, and Hollywood, California, rounding out his more than 17 years of experience in the musical instrument industry.

Dablow holds bachelor of science degrees in marketing and computer information systems from Louisiana Tech University. He currently resides in El Cajon, California, with his wife and children.  

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