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Bozell shifts Detroit execs

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Responsibility for the four Chrysler brands handled in Bozell Worldwide's Southfield, Mich., office (Chrysler, Plymouth, Jeep and Eagle) has been consolidated under Kim Gaynor, who was named exec VP-director, Chrysler Domestic, from president, Chrysler-Plymouth. Tom Bernardin, president, Jeep-Eagle and Chrysler International, is relocating to Bozell's New York office, where he will fill the vacant post of general manager. Mr. Bernardin was president of the Detroit office of Campbell-Mithun-Esty, then the Jeep-Eagle agency, when CME and the Jeep-Eagle business were merged with Bozell, Southfield, in 1994. Mike Vogel remains chief of the Southfield office, but his title changes from CEO to president.

Copyright February 1997, Crain Communications Inc.

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