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AMF Media Group Repositions Leadership Team for Future Growth

by | Mar 12, 2020

AMF Media Group, an award-winning, full-service marketing and public relations agency, has made leadership changes to better position the organization for future continued growth.

“AMF continues to grow well above the industry standard. And that growth is tied to the work of our high-quality AMF team,” said Vintage Foster, CEO of AMF Media Group. “We will continue to grow and continue to maintain our level of service. As such, we are elevating a key AMF leader and have recruited one of the best client service leaders in our trade.”

Elizabeth Shoemaker will join AMF Media Group March 30 as Vice President of Client Services. She will be responsible for overseeing all marketing and advertising client services across the agency. Shoemaker has more than 25 years of executive leadership experience, including with some of the largest agencies and Fortune 500 brands. She most recently served as Vice President of Client Services for CMD in Portland, Oregon. Previously, she held positions with global brand agency Landor and led all of Safeway’s brand strategy and integrated marketing for 12 years.

In addition, Jim Dyer, who has served as the organization’s Director of Digital Services since 2016, will become Vice President of Client Growth. In his new role, Dyer will oversee the agency’s business development team and will be responsible for management of all new revenue. Dyer has more than 30 years of sales experience. As a founding member of the AutoTrader.com team, he helped grow the organization from a startup to a $600 million company. He also previously served as General Manager of Morris Digital.

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