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Pollace heads marketing at Intel

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Intel Corp. appointed Pamela L. Pollace director of worldwide marketing operations. Ms. Pollace, 47, comes to the chip giant's top marketing position from VP-Sales & Marketing Group, a post she has held since 1996. Ms. Pollace succeeds Jami Dover, a 20-year Intel veteran who's leaving the company. Starting July 1, Ms. Pollace will oversee the estimated $800 million global budget for the "Intel Inside" ad co-op program, as well as the rest of the Santa Clara, Calif.-based company's global marketing activities. She will report to President-CEO Craig Barrett. Ms. Pollace joined Intel in 1987 as a corporate press relations manager and eventually became director of worldwide press relations in 1995.

Copyright May 2000, Crain Communications Inc.

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