Former Microsoft Executive Rob Poznanski Takes Helm as Vice President & General Manager
LOS ANGELES, April 24, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Omelet (omeletla.com), the seven-year-old creative shop based in Los Angeles, today announced that it has opened an office in Seattle to service the growing business needs of that region - starting with an out-of-the-gate win working with Microsoft on a key Windows Phone assignment. Rob Poznanski, who recently spent five years working as a senior marketing executive at Microsoft, will assume the role of Vice President & General Manager of Omelet Seattle. This move marks the agency's commitment to offer world-class strategic and creative services to brands that are based in the Pacific Northwest, while supporting the Omelet brand as a whole.
"Rob is an exceptional talent and we are fortunate to have him join our growing team and lead the new Omelet offering in Seattle," said Don Kurz, Chairman & CEO, Omelet. "As a company, we have had past successes working with brands in Seattle and felt that the time was right to significantly increase our footprint in order to most effectively service the brands we are currently working with and those interested in what Omelet has to offer."
Omelet Seattle's first assignment comes from Microsoft where the agency is continuing to work on an experiential, video and social media campaign called "Smoked by Windows Phone" for the brands new mobile operating system. In addition to the agency's history working with Microsoft ranging from XBOX Live to Games for Windows, Omelet has plans to expand its presence into a variety of Pacific Northwest brands ranging from technology, consumer packaged goods, personal care and entertainment. Omelet Seattle will be located at: 259 SW 41st Street, Renton, WA 98057.
Omelet tells stories in every medium. Clients have included ABC, The Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences, Anheuser-Busch, AT&T, Electronic Arts, Harley-Davidson, HBO, Interscope Records, Microsoft, NBC Universal, Post Cereals, Square-Enix, TNT, Toyota, USA Network, Walmart, Warner Bros. Pictures and Whole Foods Market.