ColinKurtis Adds Valette Piper-Bledsoe to Award-Winning Team

ColinKurtis Advertising is pleased to announce the addition of Valette Piper-Bledsoe. She joins the team as account director and will be responsible for many of the agency’s key accounts.

“We have seen great customer success in recent years as we have continued to expand our reach in the food industry. With this success, we recognized the need to expand our account service department,” said Colin Kampmier, President, ColinKurtis Advertising. “Our goal has always been to provide customers with the highest level of customer service day in and day out, no matter how large or small the account may be today. Valette not only brings top-notch account service to ColinKurtis, she also possesses the ability to identify customer’s long-term strategic needs and stay focused on these goals and objectives like no one I have ever met,” said Kampmier.

“As the person who gets inside the customer’s and client’s heads, I provide strategic guidance and leadership for a diverse team of agency professionals focused on providing results for a wide range of food ingredient companies. Planning, reporting, and results matter, as do creative thinking and commitment, said Valette Piper-Bledsoe, Account Director, ColinKurtis Advertising.

“Valette now works with our team to develop multi-year strategic plans designed to set manageable communication objectives, with clear communication plans and the necessary tools to consistently meet these goals. Customers are already seeing the benefit of her addition and we can’t be happier to have her on our team” said Kampmier.

Piper-Bledsoe is a savvy strategist with a wealth of experience in B2B and B2C marketing. She was most recently a part of Stephan & Brady, a Madison, WI based agency. Her other experience includes: the American Society of Agronomy, The Gunter Agency, Piper Consulting, Hickman + Associates and others spanning back some 25 years.



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