BrandExtract Appoints V.P. of Business Development

January 01, 2008

HOUSTON, January 01, 2008 — BrandExtract LLC today announced the addition of Tom Dennis as vice president of business development. Dennis will be responsible for the branding and integrated communications agency's sales and business development throughout Texas.
"BrandExtract has doubled in growth over the last year. Tom's more than 20 years in the agency, printing and paper business adds a significant resource for us as well as our current and prospective clients," said BrandExtract Managing Partner Bo Bothe.

"The strategic solutions that BrandExtract provides for its clients both in problem solving and creative execution are truly unique," Dennis said. "Having worked for many years as a supplier for Bo and Jonathan Fisher, BrandExtract's president, it became obvious that we share a common business philosophy and work ethic. I am thrilled to be joining such an exciting company that's positioned for tremendous growth."

Dennis previously worked for Mohawk Fine Papers as a business development representative in Texas. At Mohawk, Dennis contributed to his client's success by helping them select the right paper for their collateral material. With a focus on adding value to the brand, and taking into consideration today's environmental sensitivities, he specialized at balancing product performance expectations with the budget realities of the project.

Prior to Mohawk, Dennis was the sales representative in Texas for Blanchette Press, a high-quality print shop located in Vancouver, Canada.

He also previously held the position of manager, international sales and marketing during his four years with the Fine Papers Division of International Paper.

He got his start in the business as an account executive for GordonKietzmanDennis Advertising in Oklahoma City.

BrandExtract is an award-winning branding and integrated communications agency that provides marketing communications, advertising, print and interactive services. Dennis will represent the agency from his home base in Dallas, but will oversee client relationships throughout the state.

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