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BBDO SF Alums Head to EVB

BDDO San Francisco’s Dan Hofstadter and Ricardo Valero are on the move as the creative team has left said agency after less than a year to take on similar ACD roles at fellow Bay Area operation, EVB. During their brief stint at BBDO SF, copywriter Hofstadter (pictured) and art director Valero, who joined last summer from Goodby and DDB Milan, respectively,  worked together on accounts including Mars’ Cesar and Whiskas brands, Gallo wine and Harrah’s.

Now at the Evolution Bureau, the pair will work directly under ECD Stephen Goldblatt and with a shop that counts clients including Facebook, Firefox and various Mars/Wrigley brands such as Skittles, Altoids, Juicy Fruit and Orbit. Along with his ACD stint at Goodby, Hofstadter spent three years in Chicago as a creative at Leo Burnett while Valero worked in his native Spain at Euro RSCG Madrid as well as Y&R Milan before heading to the States.

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Another Goodby Alum Heads to BBDO SF

Mike McKay and crew at BBDO San Francisco have welcomed aboard ex-GS&P creative Dan Hofstadter, who joins as ACD. During his four years as a copywriter at Goodby, Hofstadter worked on accounts including HP, Yahoo, Sprint and Comcast. Prior to that, he spent three years as a CW at Leo Burnett.

Now at BBDO SF, Hofstadter will partner up with fellow ACD Ricard Valero, who joined the agency from DDB Milan last month, and work on several accounts including Masterfoods (brands such as Uncle Ben’s and Whiskas), Vail Resorts (where he will work alongside fellow Goodby alum Bryan Houlette) and Harrah’s Casinos.