Changing Places


December 4, 2006

Changing Places

Erich Linker
has been promoted to Senior VP of Sales for Impremedia. Mr. Linker will be responsible for all of Impremedia's newspaper, magazine, and online ad-sales, and will manage sales enhancement strategy.

Impremedia's President John Paton has also named J. Alex Gomez Corporate Director of Marketing. Mr. Gomez will head-up efforts to augment Impredia's readership and audience satisfaction.

Maylinn de la Maza
has returned to work for Coral Gables-based Zubi Advertising, after leaving to work for Nissan's Versa and Sentra brands. She returns to Zubi as Account Director for the Mercury and Ford accounts in the Detroit office.


Michael Vinales has been named Senior Account Executive at American Multicultural Media, focusing on the Hispanic market. Vinales was working with the local sales team of Univision and Telefutura in Philadelphia. Vinales has a strong background in national print advertising and was formerly National Sales Manager at La Opinion.


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