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RP3 Grows With New Hires

BETHESDA, MD (February 26, 2013) RP3 Agency president Beth Johnson today welcomes four new employees to the full-service marketing communications firm’s staff. The additions result from new clients, such as AutoSquad and Ripley’s Believe It or Not! Times Square, and organic growth of existing accounts.

“I’m thrilled to welcome each of these talented individuals. It is exciting to broaden our in-house skill sets and add to our intellectual expertise,” she said.

The hires, described below, each fill newly created positions.

  • Mike Dabreau, Senior Copywriter. Mike joins from Colangelo in Stamford, CT, where he was Associate Creative Director/Copywriter. Prior to that, he was at Moxie Interactive in Atlanta, CA and Jacksonville, FL-based St. John and Partners. His portfolio includes campaigns for clients including Verizon Wireless, Shoney’s, Ford and Toyota.
  • Jake Naish, Interactive Copywriter. Most recently at Moxie Interactive, Jake’s written copy for clients including Verizon, Coca-Cola, Patagonia and the National Park Service.
  • Allie Fischer, Emerging Media Manager. Allie, a recent graduate of Georgetown University’s Master’s program in PR, has handled strategic communications in both agency and corporate settings.
  • Bridgette Zou, Account Coordinator. Bridgett is a dual-degree (Political Science and Fine Arts) graduate of Washington University in St. Louis with experience as a graphic designer and community affairs intern.

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