Public Relations Society Names Officers

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Public Relations Society Names Officers


Lisa Bridwell, public relations associate at Baptist Medical Center, has been named president of the Oklahoma City Chapter of the Public Relations Society of America.

Other officers include Carol A. Manning, associate director of the Oklahoma City Food Bank, president elect; Shannon Olson, media assistant for the Oklahoma House of Representatives, secretary; Dow Dozier, associate director of corporate communications at Kerr-McGee Corp., treasurer; A. Barry Brandt, director of communications for Kerr-McGee, assembly delegate; and Ron Frost, director of corporate communications for Fleming Companies Inc., and Joyce Outhier, board members. . . Dale A. Rodolph has joined Commercial Financial Services Inc.'s Tulsa office as contract manager. Rodolph will supervise a staff of asset management specialists devoted solely to the management and marketing of loan assets under Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. Regional Asset Liquidation Agreement contracts.

Commercial Financial Services, formed in 1986, has its headquarters in Tulsa and offices in Oklahoma City, Dallas and Houston. . . Express Services has its headquarters in Oklahoma City. . . Advertising Incorporated has announced the following appointments and promotions: Kim Kannarr has been appointed account executive. Kannarr will handle the Sonic Industries Inc. account from the company's Tulsa office. John Nied has been promoted from senior account executive to vice president. He manages the Sonic advertising co-op media and promotions. Debbie Tedder has been promoted to account executive, continuing to serve as a communications link between Ad Inc. and Sonic Industries. Ainsly Gray has been promoted from account coordinator to account executive for the Moto Photo, Rich-Mar, Warrengas and Drysdales accounts. Leigh Anne McCreary has been promoted from account coordinator to account executive and will continue her work on the Sonic Industries account.

Advertising Incorporated is an advertising, marketing and public relations agency with offices in Tulsa and Oklahoma City. …

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