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BBR Creative hires Neustrom as account executive

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BBR Creative announced Wednesday that Kimberly Neustrom was hired as its newest account executive.

Neustrom will provide strategic guidance and project management support for BBR's diverse roster of clients and function as a liaison between the agency's account service and creative departments. From this role, she will ensure continued strategic alignment, artistic consistency and brand continuity across all client projects.

A Lafayette native, Neustrom gained experience orchestrating marketing, public relations and fundraising efforts working for Acadiana-area nonprofits, including United Way, Big Brothers Big Sisters and Habitat for Humanity.

"Experience has taught me that a little applied creativity goes a long way when it comes to making the most out of client budgets," Neustrom said. "Limited means shouldn't be viewed as a barrier, but rather an incentive to consider new avenues."

Neustrom also held on-air talent and marketing positions for KLFY TV-10 and 88.7 KRVS-FM.

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