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Creative Concepts Media + Marketing hires new project manager

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Courtesy photoLiz Bowling joins the Creative Concepts team as project manager.
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TRUCKEE, Calif. – Creative Concepts Media + Marketing has expanded its staff with a highly experienced media professional, introducing a new project management role. Liz Bowling joins the team to manage operational aspects, overseeing project work plans and scope to meet changing needs and requirements for media campaigns.

“We were looking for a project manager with vast industry experience as well as a tie to the local community,” said President of Creative Concepts Laura Partridge. “It was a long search process and we are excited to have Liz join the team.”

Bowling brings with her 10-plus years of substantial experience, working in New York City and Denver agencies to continually increase brand awareness and achieve strategic goals for a variety of Fortune 500 clients, including American Express, Gillette, and Kellogg’s. She has a sharp eye for detail and effortlessly deepens client relationships with her passion for this industry. Liz returns to the Tahoe region, having previously spent three years residing in the area.

“The growth of our team allows us to provide exceptional media planning and placements, while exploring new technologies for advertising, maximizing exposure for all of our clients, and ensuring strategic advertising campaigns. Our local, regional and national clients will benefit from her strengths,” said Partridge.

Creative Concepts Media + Marketing is a boutique media buying agency located in Truckee and Reno, Nev.

Since 1991, Creative Concepts has “provided real solutions for the real world.” For more information, call 530-582-4100 or visit creativeconceptsmedia.net.


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