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Jon Bond to Keynote Radio Show Advertiser Luncheon
New York - Sep 20, 2010 - Jon Bond, advertising industry innovator and entrepreneur, has joined the 2010 Radio Show line-up. Bond, founder of the Kirshenbaum and Bond agency in New York City, will keynote the Advertiser Luncheon on Sept. 30, 2010, in Washington, DC.
This session will feature a roster of national and local advertising panelists and speakers from the automotive, retail, restaurant and financial service industries.
Since 1987, when Bond pioneered the model for the fully integrated agency with the launch of Kirshenbaum and Bond, he has partnered with marketing clients including Target, Snapple, Capital One Bank, Citibank, Wendy's, Coca Cola Company, Revlon, Tommy Hilfiger, Delta Airlines and BMW.
After selling Kirshenbaum and Bond to MDC at the end of 2009, he has raised capital for his newest venture. Later this year, Bond will launch what he hopes will become the quintessential "new model" marketing services holding company, Tomorrow Holdings.
Bond's keynote discussion about 21st century branding and marketing will provide Radio Show attendees with a deep dive into the state of advertising circa 2010.
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