Wes Gilbert

Wes Gilbert is a native of Indiana.  He started his career in sales while attending Indiana University Purdue University Fort Wayne.  After graduating with a Liberal Arts degree he started working for Aimco Property Management at Canterbury Green Apartments.  Wes continued to grow with the company as Marketing Director, Director of Sales and Regional Sales Management Director.

In 2009 he started a career as a Multimedia Specialist for ABC WPTA-TV.  You will find Wes traveling around the Fort Wayne viewing area working on special projects for the TV Station.  One of his favorite projects is called “Life’s Better Here” a hometown spotlight on local towns, activities and businesses.

When Wes isn’t working you can find him boating at the lake.  Businesses who would like to present their advertising message to an area-wide audience using television, the internet, or mobile applications will get dedicated assistance and help from Wes. Wes can be reached by e-mail at wgilbert@wpta21.com or phone: 260-466-1599.

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