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Creative Civilization, the San Antonio based Advertising Agency whose clients include ING Financial Services and American Cancer Society, announced the addition of two industry leaders: Cat Lopez and J. Moncada, who collectively have led strategic and creative efforts for national brands such as Procter and Gamble, Coca-Cola, American Airlines, Burger King and Anheuser-Busch, are rejoining Al Aguilar, Chairman/CEO of Creative Civilization, who they worked with at the former Bromley, Aguilar & Associates.

Balsera Communications (www.balseracommunications.com) today announced the hiring of Vince Casillas to head up its new D.C. office. Casillas, most recently the national Hispanic press secretary for the Obama campaign, will be responsible for servicing existing clients and developing new business.

Rodan + Fields Dermatologists announced the appointment of Christian Diaz as Vice President of Sales. In his new position, Diaz will oversee Sales, Field Communications and Training, Regional Field Development, Events, Recognition and Incentive Programs. Diaz brings over three decades of experience in marketing, sales and business development, with particular expertise in the direct selling industry and in the international and domestic Hispanic Market.


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