Coastal Living, which is published in Birmingham, has appointed Deirdre McCarthy its San Francisco account representative. McCarthy will be responsible for sales in the Central and North California and Las Vegas markets for the magazine.
Bonnie Cooper has become a partner at Mueller/Baisden Advertising in Tampa. Cooper, who has been with the company for more than 11 years, will continue as vice president and senior account manager.
Tim Kofahl has been designated vice president of marketing and account service at Magic Pencil Studios in Orlando.
The Tampa office of WestWayne has made the following new hires: senior account executive Robin Schauweker, senior print producer April Cummings, designer Mike Beardsley, studio artist Erika Baum, traffic manager Liz McLaughlin, assistant traffic manager Scott Parttridg, PC and Macintosh desktop support specialist David Morse, administrative assistant Tracey DeDominick, receptionist Aspacia Angeliadis and mail clerk Angeles Sandino. Pam Boggs has rejoined WestWayne’s Miami location as account supervisor on the Celebrity International account. The Miami branch has also welcomed senior account executive Jennifer Fleming, office manager Alexandra Peralta and receptionist Ivette Cregnolini.
“Titanic–The Exhibition,” currently on display at the Mercado Marketplace in Orlando, has installed a new team of marketing and sales managers: Carmen Godsey, Joe Kasinski, Sharon Meany and Angela Nacrelli.
Carrie Pilcher has joined the creative department at Tampa-based Peak/Biety as an art director.
Cramer-Krasselt in Orlando has recruited Debra Moyer as broadcast producer and traffic manager.
Match in Atlanta has named Mark Kreiner production manager and Emily Albert creative assistant.
Atlanta’s Rountree Group has installed Kay Cavender as director. Pre-viously, Cavender served as director of marketing at the Radio-Television News Directors Association in Washington, D.C.
Pollak Levitt & Nel in Atlanta has enlisted Marc Timson as account executive and promoted Amy Pedersen to account supervisor.
Baltimore’s Eisner Communications has added Rachel Seba and Dean Johnson as account supervisors.
GodwinGroup in Jackson has promoted Vicki Harper-Blake to vice president and public relations group account manager, Heather Reeves to account executive, Stacey Morrison to senior art director and creative strategist for integrated healthcare solutions, and Janet Hilderbrand to assistant manager of administrative services.
GodwinGuice in Biloxi has hired art director Daryl Evans, traffic and production assistant Debra Allen, administrative assistant Susan Daniels Nelson, studio artist Jesse Royston, and account coordinators Meredith Cash, Leslie Koski and Cindy Ladner.
Jerzees in Atlanta has promoted Leanne Fesenmeyer to marketing director for women’s and girls’ products, and Jonathan Matthews to marketing director for men’s and boys’ products.
– NORTH CAROLINA
After working five months at a nearby Charlotte agency, Robert Locklear has rejoined Corder Philips & Wilson as senior art director. Locklear’s return reunites him with CP&W creative director and partner Billy Wilson.
Delia “Dede” DeVries has become an art director at Coyne Beahm. Terri Osczarski has advanced to associate creative director at the Greensboro shop.
West & Vaughan in Durham has recruited Warner Hall as vice president and management supervisor. Hall, who will oversee the agency’s Biscuitville, Central Carolina Bank and NeoNova accounts, was formerly vice president and account supervisor at Trone Advertising in Greensboro.
King’s English in Greensboro has employed Giselle Mantura as artist and office manager.
– SOUTH CAROLINA
Leslie Advertising has promoted Dave Chesson to chief operating officer. Chesson, a partner in the Greenville shop, has been with Leslie for 23 years. Senior vice president of account services Scott Ziegler has assumed Chesson’s title of executive vice president.
Erwin-Penland in Greenville has hired Nicole Isles as junior account executive.
Jeremy Harper, Ben McMeen and Jeff Rodgers have joined Sossaman Bateman & Associates in Memphis. Harper is a copywriter; McMeen and Rodgers are both Web designers.
Dye, Van Mol & Lawrence Public Relations and Advertising in Nashville has named Rebecca Freeman and Tony Richardson assistant art directors.
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