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We’re pleased announce the addition of two new executives to our growing company of more than 80 employees. Brian Lee joins Savings.com as Head of Consumer Experience, while Meghan Stuyvenberg leads Public Relations and Community Management.The deal space is extremely active and competitive right now, which is why Savings.com needs a top notch team of experts to help bring fresh, creative thinking to everything we do. We’re excited to have Brian and Meghan on board as we work to create
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