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David Selby joins Schafer Condon Carter/Chicago

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DavidSelby.jpgVeteran marketing and advertising executive David Selby, 52, has been named president (a newly created position) of Schafer Condon Carter/Chicago. He reports to SCC CEO Tim Condon. At SCC, Selby will be charged with managing agency growth and refining processes for maintaining SCC's creative product and entrepreneurial culture. Selby most recently served as executive director and co-leader of the marketing officers practice for global executive search firm Russell Reynolds Associates. Prior to that he served as the first chief marketing officer for the Potbelly Sandwich Works. From 1997 to 2002, Selby was with Sears, where he served in several senior marketing roles, eventually becoming the company's top marketing officer. His marketing career began at Leo Burnett/Chicago, where he spent 18 years working for several clients, including McDonald's, Walt Disney and Miller Brewing. SCC wrapped up 2008 by announcing new business from Garvey's Office Products, GoodFoods Group, Land O'Lakes Foodservice and an agency of record win on Armour-Eckrich.

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