More NewsExecs & Accounts for April 1, 2005

Execs & Accounts for April 1, 2005

Bigfoot adds big clients; Internet Advertising Group hires a director of sales.

Bigfoot Interactive added numerous email marketing clients in the first quarter. Wins include Expedia, Northwest Airlines, Verizon, Harper Collins, CIGNA, Minnesota Life Insurance, GE Consumer Products, Quark and World Vision International

The Internet Advertising Group hired Edward Shannon as director of sales. Shannon joins from Undertone Networks and has held senior posts with About.com and Valueclick. Additionally, the company promoted Jason D’Andrade to director of marketing and IT.

Breatheinteractive extended its ad serving relationship with Bluestreak. Breathe, a direct response interactive firm, recently signed BellSouth and Southeast Toyota Distributors as clients and so anticipates higher campaign volume.

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