Senior Account Executive Joins Branding and Advertising Agency
The Halo Group Welcomes Andy Holtz
NEW YORK, July 16 /PRNewswire/ -- The Halo Group today announced Andy Holtz as the newest member to join the branding and advertising agency. As Senior Account Executive, Holtz will play an integral role in building and sustaining client relationships at the Manhattan-based branding agency. Before joining The Halo Group, Holtz managed product launches, television productions, advertising campaigns and media plans for clients that included Verizon Wireless Retail, AutoTrader.com, Chiquita, Cox Communications and U.S. Cellular at Hill Holiday Agency, in New York, and Doner Advertising, in Southfield, Michigan. "Halo goes far beyond traditional advertising agency offerings. Andy fits right in with our philosophy of delivering integrated communications, great creativity and marketing ROI," says entrepreneur (http://tinyurl.com/stevieaward) Linda Passante, CEO and Co-Founder of The Halo Group. "He joins us at an exciting time, when we are increasingly being honored with industry creative awards (http://tinyurl.com/bestinshow) and new account wins (http://tinyurl.com/newaccounts)." About The Halo Group Founded in 1994, The Halo Group is a 30-employee, Manhattan-based, independent brand development agency. Halo combines brand architecture, marketing consultation and communications services for its international clients. Since its founding, Halo has been honored with almost 250 creative awards, including many in international advertising agency industry competitions. For more information, visit www.thehalogroup.net.
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