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Coca-Cola names Quinn to succeed Rowden

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Coca-Cola Co. is believed to have named Martin Quinn, director of advertising for Coca-Cola Europe, to succeed VP-Consumer Communications Ian Rowden, who took a sudden personal leave. Mr. Quinn, a former Clemenger/ BBDO executive, is in Atlanta in an unspecified deputy role under CEO Doug Daft. Following Mr. Rowden's departure, agency matters are being handled by Steve Jones, chief marketing officer, and Jeff Dunn, senior VP-marketing, North America. A spokesman for Coca-Cola said it was premature to comment on the status of agencies or campaigns.

Copyright May 2000, Crain Communications Inc.

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