Strohman named Iowa Rock ‘n Roll Music Association director

ARNOLDS PARK, Iowa — The Iowa Rock ‘n Roll Music Association has announced that David Strohman has accepted the position of executive director of the Iowa Rock ‘n Roll Music Association, effective Oct. 21.

Strohman grew up in the Lakes area and recently returned to live there. He has spent his entire career in building and growing successful businesses.

“With over 30 years of business successes, David is uniquely qualified to help grow the Iowa Rock ‘n Roll Music Association and its impact across the state of Iowa,” said Ralph Kluseman, president of the Iowa Rock ‘n Roll Music Association Board of Directors.

In his new role as executive director, Strohman will oversee the management of the Iowa Rock ‘n Roll Music Association, along with the association’s new Hall of Fame and museum. He will provide expertise in helping the association adapt to significant changes in its management and mission. In this position, he will champion the establishing of new partnerships and grow the association’s mission of honoring achievements, educating youths and inspiring artists across the state of Iowa.

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