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Draftfcb, Fallon Alums Head to Digitas to Take SVP Roles

Digitas Chicago, home to ridiculous videos from copywriters and “Best Places to Work” honors among other things, has welcomed a pair of Draftfcb alums by the names of Sarah Montague and Brooke Skinner, who will join the Publicis Groupe agency as SVP of marketing and SVP, account planning lead, respectively.

Montague, who served as SVP, group managing director and worked on CRM and multi-channel efforts on Volkswagen while at Draft (for just over a year), will lead marketing efforts for Kaiser Permanente and Kraft at Digitas. As for Skinner, who was SVP, global director of strategic planning at Draft on SC Johnson (RIP), the exec will work across all accounts as planning lead.

Meanwhile on the Digitas Boston front, the agency has brought on Robert Guay as SVP of marketing on the Aflac account. Guay previously worked at Fallon as group account director for, mm, nine months give or take and handled digital strategy on Cadillac.

Some of Digitas Chicago’s most notable accounts include MillerCoors, Kraft and Whirlpool.

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Thursday Odds and Ends

-South Africa native Noel Cottrell joined Fitzgerald+CO as CCO. link

-Ogilvy alum Chris Mitton winds up at W+K and will work on Target. link

-Your subconscious is a real Don Draper. link

-Robert Guay joined Fallon as group account director, leading digital activities on the Cadillac account. link

-Publisher Bonnier tapped CP+B to do field studies and develop advertising concepts for its Mag+ platform. link

-Mullen Boston shows its love for its hometown Bruins (above).

-Esquire, Barnes & Noble and model Brooklyn Decker are all involved in some sort of AR promo. link

-Fortune listed its “100 Best Companies to Work For.” A certain Mountain Valley giant cracked the top five. link

-Hyundai wants you to “snap out of it” come Super Bowl time. link