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Schifino Lee Advertising & Branding, Tampa, announces Christina Mullen has been named associate creative director; and Corinne Colon has been promoted to account coordinator. Mullen was associate creative director at FKQ Advertising, Clearwater; and Colon was media coordinator.

Hospitality

John Atkisson has been named national group sales manager at Clearwater Beach Marriott Suites on Sand Key. Atkisson was director of sales and marketing at the Sirata Beach Resort and Conference Center, St. Pete Beach.

Insurance

Daniel Miller Hood has been promoted to chief financial officer at Alley, Rehbaum & Capes Insurance, Clearwater. Hood was financial controller.

Legal

H. S. Brad deBeaubien has been inducted into the Order of the Coif, an honorary scholastic society whose purpose is to encourage excellence in legal education by recognizing those who as law students attained a high grade of scholarship. DeBeaubien is an associate at Shumaker, Loop & Kendrick LLP, Tampa.

Phoebe S. Wahba has joined Bavol Judge PA, Tampa, as a senior associate. Wahba was associate counsel at Corcoran & Associates Inc., Monticello.

Tampa Bay area personnel appointments, promotions and announcements

05/03/09 [Last modified: Sunday, May 3, 2009 6:27pm]
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