Winans joins Creative Concepts team
Creative Concepts’ owner and President Laura Partridge recently announced Debra Winans has joined the advertising team as Director of Account Services. Winans has been in the marketing and advertising industry since 1987 and most recently has worked in national and regional radio advertising sales. Her experience in industry is diverse and will be an asset to the Creative Concepts team. “We are really excited to have Debra on board and know she will bring great expertise and energy to our team, our projects, and our clients,” says Partridge.
Winans has experience in several different mediums including radio, television, outdoor, Internet, as well as print and has created and implemented promotions for a variety of high profile clients during the years. “She has a unique understanding of the industry and her experience will assist our clients and the company generate more lasting results.”
Winans’ duties will include account servicing and development of both existing and new clients, providing a cohesive team of experts delivering advertising results. She will also handle advertising sales for Altitude Media Group, a company Partridge developed with a partner Nic Horgan. Altitude Media Group provides resort operators advertising opportunities on safety bars, golf carts, shopping carts and more.
April 2009 marks Creative Concepts 18th year. The company has been located in Truckee since 1993 and currently serves more than 30 clients based in California, Nevada and Hawaii. Creative Concepts is a full-service advertising agency specializing in media planning, negotiation and placement as well as all other aspects of marketing and advertising.
Creative Concepts may be reached at 582-4100, or visit http://www.creativeconceptsmedia.com.
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