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CondéNet Names Marketing Director

CondéNet, an affiliate of Advance Publications, owner of Conde NastPublications Inc., named Hilary S. Peck as marketing director of CondeNet.

CondéNet, an affiliate of Advance Publications, owner of Condé Nast Publications Inc., named Hilary S. Peck as marketing director of CondéNet.

Peck will be responsible for marketing all of the CondéNet Web sites: Epicurious Food, Epicurious Travel, PHYS, Swoon and CNCurrency.

Peck comes to CondéNet from Rimy Amirique Inc., where she most recently held the position of marketing director for the company’s flagship brands. During her eight years at Rimy Amirique, Peck managed the communications strategy for Rimy Martin Fine Champagne Cognac and The Macallan Single Highland Malt Scotch Whisky.

Before that she worked as assistant brand manager at Unilever/Chesebrough- Ponds in the Health and Beauty Aids Division and as an account executive at Margeotes, Fertitta and Partners Advertising.

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