Rinck Advertising promotes six at Lewiston
LEWISTON – Rinck Advertising, a full-service marketing agency based in Lewiston and Annapolis, MD, recently promoted six employees.
Rinck CEO Peter Rinck announced promotions for Lisa Ardia, Senior Director of Web Marketing; Jessica Cote, Senior Manager, Digital Media; Kelly Lunnie, artistic director; Jake MacGillivary, Senior Art Director and Director of Creative Services; Kristy Phinney, Senior Director of Client Strategy; and Jarett Schadlich, Senior Web Developer.
Ardia has worked for Rinck for eight years and began her tenure within the web development team before joining the digital media team. His expertise in search marketing, email marketing, and programmatic advertising has helped create award-winning campaigns for the Maine Center for Disease Control, the Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife, and FoodScience Corp. Ardia lives in Minot.
Cote started her second stint at Rinck in 2017. As Senior Director of Web Marketing, she led the company’s digital buyers’ marketing programs, particularly on the Amazon and Walmart.com platforms. His strengths in media analysis, strategy and implementation of the latest trends in e-commerce help drive successful campaigns with the agency’s consumer packaged products clients including Dove, Vaseline, VetriScience , Pet Naturals and Colman’s Mustard. Cote lives in Auburn.
Lunnie was hired by Rinck in 2017 and worked as a graphic designer before his promotion. His talent for art and design, collaboration and campaign execution made him an important part of Rinck’s creative team. Most recently, Lunnie has co-led several award-winning campaigns, including VetriScience’s Healthy & Happy Campaign, which received the 2020 Silver Davey Award for Integrated Campaign, and Maine CDC’s Times Have Changed Campaign, which won the Gold Award. Davey 2020. for websites in the Social Responsibility category. She lives in Lyman.
As a senior member of Rinck’s creative team, MacGillivary has played a key role during her decade of working with the agency, improving the image of clients through digital broadcast and advertising, websites and video. He brings a combination of creative sensibility and technical skill that leads to beautiful creative pieces that help clients achieve their strategic goals. He has over 20 years of experience and has led campaigns for the University of Southern Maine, the Northern New England Passenger Rail Authority and the Maine CDC. MacGillivary lives in Minot.
Phinney first joined Rinck in 2004 and oversaw promotional events, social media marketing, digital projects and account strategy while at the company. Phinney’s new role will bring her experience to bear on customer strategies and consumer behavior, provide service insight and ensure Rinck adheres to company philosophies and processes. She has contributed to successful campaigns for Gorton’s Seafood, Dean Foods, American Beverage Corp. and Garelick Farms. Phinney lives in Auburn.
Schadlich joined Rinck in 2015 as a front-end web developer. During his tenure he showed a knack for tackling complex challenges and supported larger front-end and back-end components of websites. In particular, Schadlich has led the conception, design, programming and launch of the Maine CDC campaign websites since 2019. He lives in Auburn.
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