More NewsUS Interactive Names Vice President for Business Development

US Interactive Names Vice President for Business Development

Craig Marr, formerly a partner and national director of business developmentat Poppe Tyson (New York), has been named vice president of businessdevelopmentat US Interactive Inc. in New York City.

Craig Marr, formerly a partner and national director of business development at Poppe Tyson (New York), has been named vice president of business development at US Interactive Inc. in New York City.

While at Poppe Tyson over the past three years, Marr was responsible for the acquisition of new clients such as Chase Manhattan Bank, Dean Witter, Johnson & Johnson, Dow Chemical, IBM, ING Bearings and Hasbro. Prior to joining Poppe Tyson, Marr was account director for American Computer Group in Greenwich, CT for three years, and previously was vice president of Walter Karl Co. in Armonk, NY for five years.

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