IMG Appoints Barnard to Sr. PR Counsel

SALT LAKE CITY, November 30, 2005 - Integrated Marketing Group (IMG), a marketing and branding agency servicing a national and international clientele, has appointed Miranda Barnard to the position of senior public relations counsel.

"As the healthy lifestyles market and our client base continue to expand, we strive to have the best resources in place," stated Jeff Hilton, president partner of Integrated Marketing Group. "We feel that Miranda's vast experience in public relations, as well as her success within the mainstream consumer landscape, makes her a great fit for our integrated approach to marketing and branding and will add strength and leadership to our public relations department."

Barnard holds a bachelor's degree in communications with a double emphasis in public relations and journalism from Southern Utah University. Prior to joining IMG, Barnard was an account supervisor at Richter7, Salt Lake City.
Most recently she was vice president of marketing and communications at Media Partners Publishing, Park City, Utah. She will be responsible for managing public relations activities for all IMG clients.

Integrated Marketing Group,, is a marketing and brand consultancy created to optimize all aspects of marketing communications including: corporate identity, advertising, public relations, internet marketing, research, packaging, merchandising, sales promotion, educational programs, trade show presence and direct marketing. Its principals have created a marketing firm with a diverse background of creative development and strategic planning skills to serve the healthy lifestyles, food and personal care industries. IMG was the first agency in the United States to certify in the Federal Trade Commission Advertising Compliance Course for dietary supplements.

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