Cinema advertising company Spotlight Cinema Networks has announced several promotions within its national sales department. The changes are effective immediately and include: Bob Shaw promoted to executive vice president, national; Karen Brady promoted to senior vice president, Eastern region; and Mandi Dyner promoted to senior vice president, Western region.
“We are incredibly proud of our sales team as we continue to advance in our sector and bring quality advertising to our screens,” said Michael Sakin, president, Spotlight Cinema Networks. “Bob, Karen and Mandi are an integral part of the company’s success and we’re excited to recognize their wide-ranging accomplishments, enthusiasm and dedication with these well-deserved promotions.”
Shaw, who has been with Spotlight for ten years, helped launch the national sales effort for Landmark Theatres, which eventually became part of Spotlight Cinema Networks exhibitor network. Shaw was instrumental in presenting Spotlight to the advertising community, growing its client base and forging exclusive partnerships with clients such as Porsche and Hermes.
Since joining Spotlight Cinema Networks in 2014, Brady has worked with agencies such as Omnicom, IPG and Group M, and content partner clients and helped launch the first-to-demonstrate Google Home Mini activation in movie theatres.
Dyner has been with Spotlight for almost eight years and helped launch the first-to-market Apple cinema campaign and has successfully increased long-term relationships with luxury brands including Genesis, Google, FX, Lexus and Hawaii Tourism.
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