Bravo’s José Pablo Rodríguez Joins Grupo Gallegos

jose pabloJosé Pablo Rodríguez (left) has been appointed Group Account Director at Huntington Beach, CA.-based Grupo Gallegos. Rodríguez, formerly at WPP's Bravo, will serve as a member of the Grupo Gallegos management team with the primary responsibility of leading the agency's Comcast account.

"We are excited to have JP join the Grupo Gallegos team," said John Gallegos, CEO of Grupo Gallegos, in a prepared statement.

Prior to joining Grupo Gallegos, Rodríguez worked at WPP's Bravo where he served as Group Account Director, responsible for managing their business with CVS/pharmacy, Best Buy and Mondelez (formally Kraft Foods.) He previously worked at Dieste, where he spent a few years working with clients including José Cuervo, PepsiCo. and Hewlett Packard.

Grupo Gallegos earlier this year was appointed Latin American AOR for Toshiba, an account previously held by Acento Advertising. In addition to Toshiba and Comcast, Grupo Gallegos does creative work for The Clorox Company, JC Penney, Valvoline and the California Milk Processor Board.


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