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Colonial names new marketing vice president

National mortgage lender Colonial Savings has announced the promotion of Drew Byrne to vice president, corporate marketing manager.

Prior to his promotion, Byrne served as Colonial’s director of digital media. With this promotion, Byrne will now oversee all marketing operations for the Colonial umbrella of companies.

"We are very excited Drew will be leading our marketing department," said David Motley, president of Colonial. "Drew has proven himself as an invaluable asset to the Colonial team over the past several years. We look forward to his vision as we continue to implement new technology and find new and innovative ways to continue to be a leader in the banking, insurance and mortgage lending industries."

Byrne has been with Colonial for more than four years and most recently oversaw Colonial's digital marketing footprint. He was instrumental in Colonial's recent rebranding and launching the website, as well as helping grow the company's social and digital media efforts.

Detroit Woman Wins HGTV's 'Urban Oasis' House In Oakley

"I'm so excited," said Anderson, "No one needs to pinch me because I haven’t stopped pinching myself!"

The giveaway includes a completely remodeled and furnished Dutch Colonial Revival-style home in Cincinnati, Ohio, plus $50,000 provided by national mortgage lender Quicken Loans. Constructed by local builder The English Contractor and planned by local architecture firm Platte Architecture + Design, the home is located near the historic Oakley and Hyde Park neighborhoods, known for their unique vibe and proximity to the city’s burgeoning downtown area.

The mother of two and grandmother of nine was drawn to the home’s Cincinnati location since it's relatively close to all her family in Michigan. Anderson says she entered twice every day during the sweepstakes, only missing a few times if she was in a rush to get to work.

Being a "new cook thanks to Food Network," Anderson says she was thrilled to see her favorite color green anchoring the kitchen. She also fell in love with the spa-like master bath and its generous walk-in shower and soaking tub.