Integrated Marketing Group Expands Public Relations Department with Addition of Clint Curry

SALT LAKE CITY, April 26, 2007 - Integrated Marketing Group (IMG), a marketing and branding agency servicing a national and international clientele, has appointed Clint Curry to the position of public relations coordinator. He will be responsible for assisting with the planning and execution of public relations activities for several IMG clients.

“We are pleased to add Clint to our public relations team. He will be an excellent resource for our clients and IMG’s department, which has grown from one PR professional a decade ago to a team of six," said Jeff Hilton, president/partner of Integrated Marketing Group.
"Clint's knowledge of the editing process and his previous media experience will definitely be valuable."

Curry holds bachelor's degrees in English and speech communication from the University of Utah. Prior to joining IMG, Curry worked as an associate magazine editor in New York City and Park City, Utah. Most recently, he served as a marketing project editor for Salt Lake City's two daily newspapers, The Salt Lake Tribune and Deseret Morning News.

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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