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Nick Bendian Named Director of Account Service at Warren Douglas

(Fort Worth, TX) – Warren Douglas Advertising, a fully integrated agency that helps premium brands thrive, names Nick Bendian as director of Account Service.

Prior to joining Warren Douglas, Bendian spent more than 10 years developing a solid background in account service from various advertising agencies in Fort Worth. His extensive experience will help cultivate and sustain strong client relationships while developing our team of account service talent.

His responsibilities at Warren Douglas include new client strategy development and supervision of the active client roster. His focus also involves being fiscally responsible with client budgets and overseeing the production of high-quality deliverables to help clients achieve their business objectives.

“When it comes to cultivating new business and growing relationships, account service leads the way,” said Doug Briley, president and chief executive officer at Warren Douglas. “Nick’s department carries a high level of responsibility working on the front lines with our clients to ensure they receive world-class treatment from Warren Douglas. He also provides the agency what it needs from clients to stay in sync with their product or service expectations.”

From 2007 to 2012, Bendian served as the Marketing and Communications Sub-Committee chair for the Vision Fort Worth Steering Committee. He is a current board member of the Fort Worth Chapter of the American Advertising Federation, serving as the ADDY co-chair.

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About Warren Douglas
Founded in 1998, Warren Douglas Advertising delivers comprehensive advertising, marketing, and integrated media services to growing premium brands around the world. The award-winning Fort Worth-based company includes a combination of industry veterans and rising stars, providing a destination for complete strategic promotion services to help brands thrive in the marketplace.

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