Consumer Veteran Singerman Joins Weber Shandwick in Chicago
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Consumer Veteran Singerman Joins Weber Shandwick in Chicago

Consumer marketing public relations veteran Steve Singerman is joining Weber Shandwick in Chicago as executive vice president and a member of the office’s six-person executive leadership team.

Paul Holmes

CHICAGO—Consumer marketing public relations veteran Steve Singerman is joining Weber Shandwick in Chicago as executive vice president and a member of the office’s six-person executive leadership team.

Singerman will assume management responsibility for a portfolio of consumer marketing accounts that includes the got milk?/Milk Mustache campaign, Harley-Davidson Motor Company, Staples and Ace Hardware, overseeing a team of more than 30 agency professionals. 

Singerman spent seven years at Edelman Chicago as executive vice president and managing director of consumer marketing where he managed work for KFC, Taco Bell, Valvoline Motor Oil and Unilever’s Axe Body Spray for Men. Prior to working at Edelman he led the Miller Brewing account at Ketchum for 10 years. He also spent two years directing Hill and Knowlton’s marketing practice in Chicago and most recently completed a stint as managing director of the Chicago office of Zeno Group.

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