Exec from The Great Indoors joins RAMA board
Staff -- Home Textiles Today, 8/27/2001 12:00:00 AM
Chicago — The Great Indoors vp of marketing Tim White was among four execs added to the board of directors for the Retail Advertising & Marketing Association.
Also joining the board were Charles Dunstone, ceo, Carphone Warehouse; Lisa Lucas, senior vp of operations, Cadmuscom; and Todd Alexander, executive vp, Kreber Graphics.
Among those re-elected to three-year terms were Bonnie Bolton, vp of advertising, ShopKo; Ed Carroll, evp of sales promotions & marketing, Carson Pirie Scott & Co.; Bob Gerguson, senior vp of sales and marketing, Parisian; John Irvin, president of catalog & Internet, JCPenney; Marcia Tabler, vp of creative operations, Lands' End; Neil Kennedy, non-executive director, Allders Department Stores, Phil Schneider, senior vp of marketing, Pier 1 Imports, Sue Sprung, president, Sprunk Associates; Joe Szuba, ceo, Accent Chicago Inc.; Bob Thacker, president and ceo, BBDO Minneapolis; John Jay, creative director, Wieden & Kennedy Tokyo; April Brumley Kinkle, senior vp, Texas Monthly; and Ann Hunt, partner, Communicating@Culturalco.
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