By Egotist / / Following six years as Head of Global Brand Creative at Reebok, ad agency veteran Chris Bruyere has joined San Francisco-based branding and design shop Character as Managing Director. He will be based out of Character’s new Portland, OR office. Bruyere spent 14 years on the agency-side, most recently five years at Goodby, Silverstein & Partners, serving as Account Director, and prior at Wongdoody, Deutsch and Dailey & Associates in Los Angeles. “I’m beyond excited to get back to the agency side, because in this particular case with Character, I’m eager to help more brands “get it right”; to help more brands recognize who they are and what potential they have; to help more brands be liberated with clarity and confidence allowing them to move faster and be more emboldened. That’s what Character does already, and that’s what I love to do most,” said Bruyere. Congrats on the hire.
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