NEW YORK, Nov. 7, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Tami Eagle Bowling has been named Associate Publisher of Advertising for Teen Vogue, it was announced today by Sabine Feldmann, Teen Vogue's Vice President and Publisher. The appointment is effective immediately with Eagle Bowling reporting to Feldmann. "Tami has an incredible work ethic, amazing drive and tireless dedication. Over the years she has built and maintained strong client relationships and team-building skills," said Feldmann. "Tami has proven herself to be a great leader and invaluable team member so promoting her was an easy decision." As Associate Publisher of Advertising, Eagle Bowling will oversee all sales for integrated platforms including print, online, sponsorships and social media.
Most recently, Eagle Bowling was the Advertising Director at Teen Vogue where she helped increase ad pages in 2011 by 3%. Eagle Bowling came to Teen Vogue from Hearst where she spent several years as Associate Publisher at Marie Claire, managing a sales staff of 14 sellers and increasing Ad pages 19% in December 2009, 94% in January 2010 and 11% in February 2010. Eagle Bowling was also the Regional Advertising Manager at Lifetime Magazine managing staff in New York, Texas and the Southeast territory. She spent four years as Liquor Category Manager at Cosmopolitan, increasing liquor business by 100% over four years making the magazine No. 1 among women's beauty and fashion titles that year. Eagle Bowling was also the Account Manager at Esquire for three years where she doubled paging and revenue for fashion and pharmaceuticals.
About Teen Vogue
Teen Vogue, a Conde Nast publication, a division of Advance Publications, which operates in 25 countries, is the number one source of fashion and beauty news for style-conscious teens and 20-somethings everywhere. In the United States, Conde Nast publishes 18 consumer magazines, two trade publications, and 27 websites that garner international acclaim and unparalleled consumer engagement. The Teen Vogue brand brings the sophistication and authority of Vogue to a new generation of savvy young women who desire to be on the cutting edge of fashion, beauty, and culture. Launched in February 2003, Teen Vogue publishes ten issues a year and has a circulation of more than 1,000,000 readers.
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