More NewsExecs & Accounts for June 8, 2005

Execs & Accounts for June 8, 2005

Gorilla Nation Media hires; Adobe uses Lyris for e-mail marketing; T3 builds site for Chase Bank.

Gorilla Nation Media hired former Eyeblaster sales executive Lance Wolder to manage its southwest region. The company also recently won ad representation duties for Marykateandashley.com and RogerEbert.com.

Adobe will use email marketing software from Lyris. The company is Lyris’ 5,000th client.

T3 Labs designed a new experiential Web site for Chase Bank USA. The site, at Chaseblink.com, uses a rich media demonstration to support the launch of a new consumer credit card.

10th Degree redesigned the corporate and wholesale Web sites for Finance America. The assignment also included a rebranding of the client’s online presence, and trade show and promotional materials.

Pivotal Media will exclusively represent ad sales on Fruits-N-Veggies.com. The assignment involves online sales and the implementation of cost-per-lead advertising and marketing campaigns to build the company’s U.S. business.

Cox-owned newspaper The Austin American-Statesman will use technology from AdStar to power recruitment classified ad sales on its Web site. AdStar recently entered a similar deal with Cox Newspaper’s Dayton Daily.

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