SEATTLE-- RALLY Marketing Group, an Integrated Marketing and Promotions Agency, is pleased to announce the addition of UL alum Scott Mitchell as an Account Executive to the agency's client services team.

Scott Mitchell joins RALLY as Account Executive with over 7 years of marketing communications experience. He has worked on a variety of integrated marketing programs executing critical tactics for organizations in both the private and public sectors including Weber Shandwick Worldwide and the U.S. Forest Service. Most recently, Scott was a public relations account executive at Weber Shandwick Seattle where he worked with Microsoft as well as mid-market companies in the cleantech sector including Optimum Energy and Envirotower. Mitchell holds a Bachelor of Arts, Public Relations from the University of Louisiana and a Masters of Business Administration from the University of Oregon.

About RALLY Marketing Group

RALLY Marketing Group is a privately held integrated marketing and promotions agency headquartered in Seattle, Washington.  Fortune 500 companies rely on RALLY to develop, execute and measure campaigns that prove their brand's promises and ultimately deliver results. Current clients include MillerCoors, Starbucks, 7-Eleven, Outback, Proctor & Gamble and Valvoline, among others.

RALLY creates authentic marketing programming that brings brands face to face with people in a highly engaging and interactive way. The company takes an integrated approach to reaching consumers via promotions, experiential marketing, influencer marketing, loyalty programs and strategic brand partnerships.

With a national footprint, RALLY offers the unique combination of strategic planning, creative development and logistical execution for clients in industries such as food & beverage, CPG, hospitality, beer/wine/spirits, entertainment, oil & gas, automotive and retail. For more information about RALLY Marketing Group, click here.


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