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BrandHive invests in growing marketing team

BrandHive invests in growing marketing team
BrandHive promotes marketing pro and hires a new team member to accommodate growing clientele.

BrandHive’s strategic marketing team is expanding to accommodate the needs of its growing clientele. The branding firm, which specializes in the healthy lifestyles industry, is pleased to announce that local marketing professional Andy Yorkin has joined the team. The new hire followed the promotion of 14-year BrandHive veteran Gail Frankoski to account director. 

Yorkin comes to BrandHive after a long history with several prestigious marketing and advertising agencies, including The Summit Group, Publicis and Euro RSCG DSW Partners. His key clients were Intel, Iomega, Ragnar Relay Series and Subway Restaurants. Yorkin has also led marketing programs for brands such as Gregory Backpacks and CompHealth. He has joined the BrandHive team as account director.

Frankoski joined BrandHive after more than 10 years at Williams & Rockwood, a Utah-based advertising agency. There she conducted the marketing for the firm’s major brands, including Nature’s Way and Nutraceutical Corp. Frankoski joined BrandHive in 2001 as one of eight employees. She has worked with BrandHive’s largest and most visible accounts including Epax, Kyowa Hakko, and Albion Minerals. Having participated in the rebrand from Integrated Marketing Group, and move from the office headquarters in downtown Salt Lake City, Frankoski has been part of the most significant BrandHive milestones. Frankoski has been promoted to account director. 

With the new addition, the BrandHive agency team boasts 19 team members. For more information, please visit the hive at

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