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David Lowe joins 'nition Design

David Lowe is joining 'nition Design, a Chandler Chicco company as creative director/advertising lead

David Lowe is joining 'nition Design, a Chandler Chicco company as creative director/advertising lead. He will focus on corporate and direct-to-consumer advertising, public service advertising development and creative direction.

Lowe brings to the health-focused design agency extensive experience that spans both interactive and traditional advertising and design for a wide variety of clients.

Prior to 'nition Design, Lowe spent more than seven years on the client side, directing the US marketing efforts for Fischer, the Austrian ski manufacturer, followed by 13 years as an award-winning advertising agency writer/creative director.

In 2002, Lowe opened his own boutique marketing firm, Wheelhouse, where he was responsible for all phases of marketing and integrated campaign development. He worked for global clients such as FedEx, Pepsi Co, McDonald's, Heineken, Nike, Bayer, Blue Cross, and Boot's to Internet start-ups like Mochila.

21st July 2011

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