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MONUMENT RECORDS UPS TWO
4/15/24

Monument Records has upped Casey Thomas to VP of marketing and commercial partnerships and Ansley Neeleyto manager of marketing and creative.

In her new role, Thomas will continue to oversee marketing, publicity, creative, digital and streaming, while Neeley will step into project management and continue her work in supporting creative and publicity efforts.

“Casey has worked tirelessly in support of Monument and our artist roster over the years she has been with us. Her leadership and relationship skills along with her one-of-a-kind marketing mind are beyond impressive and she will excel in this role,” said Monument’s GM Katie McCartney.

She continues, “Ansley has leaned in and worked so hard to grow and learn all aspects of marketing and promotion. This is a natural progression for her and this elevation is well-deserved.”

Boston native Thomas joined Monument as manager of PR in 2018 from the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum before being elevated to publicist and most recently director of marketing, publicity and creative.

Neeley, who moved to Nashville in 2019, began her career at The GreenRoom PR as a junior publicist before joining Monument in 2021 as the label’s promotion coordinator, later adding in marketing coordinator responsibilities. Most recently, she became more involved in overseeing and developing the roster’s creative elements.

Thomas and Neely look forward to ignoring our emails.