on a roll Jim Rappel

December 1999
Advertising Age;12/13/1999, Vol. 70 Issue 51, p48
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The article profiles Jim Rappel, account executive at Wunderman Cato Johnson in Chicago, Illinois. Rappel, 39, joined Wunderman, Chicago in 1986 as an account executive. He was named an account director at the sales promotion arm of Young & Rubicam in 1997 and now oversees Wunderman's event marketing discipline, which accounts for 25% of its revenue.


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