Advertising firm Hill Aevium adds two staffers
EDWARDS — Hill Aevium has announced the recent addition of Creative Director Roy Kaufman and Account Coordinator Kim Davies to serve the firm’s growing portfolio of new clients. The Edwards-based marketing and advertising firm works with local and national clients.
After spending 16 years in Atlanta working for a large agency, Roy Kaufman relocated to Denver to start a new journey in a fresh market. He describes himself as a designer, writer, teacher and thinker. With more than a decade of experience leading creative teams in Mass and Multicultural Communications on accounts for Fortune-50 brands including Verizon, Coca-Cola and Georgia Pacific, Hill Aevium President Linda Hill says Kaufman is a great addition to the team.
“Roy is strategy driven; he lives and breathes storytelling and holistic thinking on everything he touches,” Hill said.
Kim Davies is a 20-year resident of Eagle County. She moved to the Vail Valley from Jacksonville, Florida, where she received her bachelor’s degree in communications from the University of North Florida. Like many others she couldn’t leave after only one season. Davies’ journalism and marketing experience includes writing for the UNF Spinnaker, and working with PGA Tour Productions and the Marketing Department of WKBW Channel 7 in Buffalo, New York.
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Hill Aevium recently received recognition from the Hospitality Sales & Marketing Association International organization, earning the 2015 Silver Adrian Award in the Direct Mail category for its successful work on the “Grand Junction – Spice Up Your Next Meeting” campaign as well as the Bronze Adrian Award for its campaign titled “Dramatically Different” for the Grand Junction Visitor & Convention Bureau.
For more information, go to http://www.hillaevium.com or call 970-926-6700.
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