LINCOLN — Orleans native Thomas Hoxmeier has been named by the Nebraska Soybean Board as its new communications coordinator.

He will handle public relations, website updates, multichannel advertising, social media and promotional campaigns, and manage the quarterly magazine, SoybeaNebraska.

Hoxmeier grew up on a farm near Orleans and graduated in May from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln with a degree in advertising and public relations from the College of Journalism and Mass Communications.

While in school, he interned with UNL’s Rural Futures Institute and the Nebraska Corn Board.

“Agriculture’s strategic messaging has always been a passion of mine beginning from the farm and developing even further through college,” Hoxmeier said. “I am excited to work for Nebraska’s soybean farmers and creatively contribute to the checkoff’s future.”

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