Create Advertising Promotes Carrie Gromley, Jonathan Gitlin to Top Posts

Gormley named president of theatrical advertising and Gitlin is president of television and gaming

Last Updated: October 22, 2014 @ 5:03 PM

Create Advertising Group promoted Carrie Gormley and Jonathan Gitlin to top posts at the entertainment marketing agency.

Gormley has been promoted to president of theatrical advertising and Gitlin will take on the role of president of television and gaming. Both will report to David Stern, CEO and co-founder of the 100-member agency. Create develops film trailers, television spots and other audio visual material used in entertainment marketing.

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“As Create Advertising continues to grow and expand, I couldn’t be more proud to have two of the most creative and innovative leaders as partners helping guide the future of our firm,” Stern said. “Jonathan and Carrie represent the best of Create. They are both longtime members of our team and part of our DNA is recognizing and rewarding homegrown talent.”

Create has worked with most major studios on high-profile campaigns including “The Lego Movie,” “Despicable Me 2,” “Thor: The Dark World” and “Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides.”

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The company was recently nominated for four upcoming Key Art Awards for its theatrical trailer for “Lucy” as well as its television work for “Fargo” and “Orange is the New Black.” Additionally, its branding division has worked closely with brands such as Netflix, Machinima, the BBC and Sony Playstation.


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