LMO Advertising in Arlington announced four promotions: Chris Beauchemin has been promoted to account supervisor. In his new role, Beauchemin will focus on innovation, integration, and performance; Chris Chapman has been promoted to account supervisor, where he will oversee strategy and campaign development; Alix Montes has been promoted to assistant account executive, which will expand his responsibilities on multiple agency projects; and Hillary Turner has been promoted to senior media planner/buyer, which will increase her leadership role on several accounts within the agency. In addition, LMO also announced three new hires—Takia Robinson as account coordinator, Emily Attwood as social media brand manager, and Peter Matseykanets as web developer.
Crosby Marketing Communications in Annapolis promoted Matthew Kaler and Anthony Manzanares to senior visual artists. Kaler has more than 20 years of experience as an illustrator and graphic designer. Since joining Crosby in 2000, Kaler has worked on a number of accounts including The Department of Health and Human Services’ Health Resources and Services Administration, Kaiser Permanente and DuPont. Manzanares has been with Crosby since 2006 and has more than two decades of experience as a visual designer. As a key member of Crosby’s creative team, he works on accounts including ACTS Retirement-Life Communities, DAV, Veterans Health Administration (VHA), USDA and Warrior Canine Connection. As senior visual artists, Kaler and Manzanares will help build brand identity for clients, and lead the design of communications material across a variety of media channels, developing artwork for print ads, public service announcements, social media content, online properties and more.
Jessica Bates joined Tenacity5 Media as director of digital media. She will be responsible for creating and executing digital content, social media and marketing strategies for Tenacity5 clients. Prior to joining Tenacity5, she served the United Nations Foundation as digital media producer, where she was the lead for #GivingTuesday 2013 and 2014. She has also worked for the American Lung Association and the World Wildlife Fund.
ADG Creative in Columbia added Amerland and additional work for St. Boniface Craft Brewing Company. Amerland distributes commercial and consumer-grade tires in more than 50 countries and ADG will provide a comprehensive strategic analysis to identify the company’s new brand platform that will serve as the basis for new marketing efforts as the company evolves its sales model and introduces new products in the U.S. St. Boniface, a craft brewing company in Ephrata, PA, turned to ADG Creative for can designs for its new line of craft beers.