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03/02/09 FORGING THE LATEST MARKETING FRONTIERS
Contact: Darcie Meihoff, APR, CMD, 503-223-6794 or email@example.com
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Dec. 12, 2008
FORGING THE LATEST MARKETING FRONTIERS ALLOWS CMD TO ADD NEW TALENT
PORTLAND, Ore. – As a leader in delivering strategic marketing services that generate demand for its clients, CMD, Oregon’s largest integrated marketing communications agency, recently hired eight employees.
“A strong growth in social and digital campaigns for our clients such as Hewlett-Packard and Intel has positioned CMD well ahead of the curve when it comes to new media,” said Phil Reilly, president of CMD. “It’s enabling us to attract top talent who continue to push the creative boundaries so we can deliver great results for all of our clients during these challenging times.”
CMD’s new employees include:
Interactive/Digital Design Group
Chris Rohde, interactive art director. He previously led the interactive department at The Art Institute of Portland.
Christy Larson, interactive development director. She most recently worked as a freelancer.
Dean McBeth, digital strategist/account supervisor. McBeth was formerly with Twelve Horses North America in Reno, Nev.
Matt Allen, designer. Allen is a recent graduate of The Art Institute of Portland.
Sabrina Demartini, media coordinator. She is a recent graduate of the University of Oregon School of Journalism.
Brad Wignall, director of creative services. Previously, Wignall served as creative services manager for Wirestone in Houston, Texas.
Melanie Sandoval, senior producer. She previously worked as a Web program manager for Hewlett-Packard in Vancouver, Wash.
Matthew Pollock, associate producer. Pollock was previously with Rumblefish in Portland, Ore.
Mikki Veatch, producer. She previously worked as a project manager for R2C Group in Portland, Ore.
CMD, which uses synergistic marketing disciplines to generate demand for clients, is ranked among the nation’s top 50 interactive agencies and is among the top 20 independent agencies, according to Adweek and Advertising Age. The agency provides advertising, film and video, public relations, media, digital and Web services, print design, strategic services, meetings and events management, direct and database marketing, training, and promotion marketing for a client list that includes McCormick & Schmick’s, Arbor Custom Homes, Cisco Systems, Hewlett-Packard, NW Natural, ACDSee, Timber Products Company, Intel, Microsoft, ATI Wah Chang, and JELD-WEN, inc. For more information, call 503-223-6794 or visit www.cmdagency.com.
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