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Camp leaves Camp/Arbues for Wieden & Kennedy

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Roger Camp, previously creative director and cofounder of Camp/Arbues, San Francisco, is leaving the shop to take a lead creative position at Wieden & Kennedy, Portland, on Coca-Cola Co.'s Diet Coke account. Mr. Camp previously worked for Cliff Freeman & Partners, New York, and is credited with working on the Outpost.com ad campaign. He also contributed to Publicis Groupe's Publicis & Hal Riney's campaign for Discovery.com.

Eileen Arbues, president-CEO of Camp/Arbues, said the shop will change its name to N20, the symbol for nitrous oxide, also known as the anesthetic laughing gas.

Copyright February 2001, Crain Communications Inc.

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