Erwin Penland President Resigns After Less Than 3 Months

Joe Saracino headed to Chick-fil-A

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Joe Saracino, who was promoted from CMO to president of Erwin Penland in November, announced today that he will resign to accept a top marketing job at Chick-fil-A, which is also an Erwin Penland client.

Karen Kaplan, CEO of sister shop Hill Holliday, told staffers this afternoon that chief operating officer Allen Bosworth and chief creative officer Con Williamson will replace Saracino by jointly filling the roles of co-president, effective immediately. They will also retain their current titles, so Bosworth will be president and COO, and Williamson will be president and CCO.



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