WILBERT FUNERAL SERVICES, INC. WELCOMES NEW CREATIVE DIRECTOR AUDREY DARAS
BROADVIEW, IL, MAY 8, 2012 – Wilbert Funeral Services, Inc., (WFSI) the leading provider of burial vaults and cremation-related products and services in North America, is pleased to announce the addition of Audrey Daras as Creative Director. In her position, Daras will play a key role in establishing and integrating WFSI’s brand strategy across all online and offline channels. She will also lead the creative direction for the company’s digital and print collateral and assist the Wilbert Licensee network in the creation of brand-integrated marketing materials for use by the Licensees as well as funeral homes across the US and Canada.
Prior to her appointment as Creative Director, Daras has worked for Wilbert since 2009 as a freelance graphics director, creating numerous marketing collateral, trade show graphics, advertising and other promotional material. In 2010, she earned several American Graphic Design Awards from Graphic Design USA magazine for catalog design and DVD packaging done for Wilbert Funeral Services. Daras brings a wealth and diversity of experience, having worked with several advertising agencies including renowned Leo Burnett and FCB, as well as projects for PayPal, Starbucks, AT&T, Motorola, Disney, Proctor & Gamble, USPS, Kraft, Direct TV, several hospitals and many others.
“Wilbert Funeral Services is very happy to have Audrey onboard as Creative Director,” said Mark Klingenberger, Vice President Sales & Marketing. “Her professional expertise combined with her funeral industry knowledge from working with Wilbert and our Licensees over the past three-and-a-half years gives us extreme confidence in Audrey’s ability to help grow our brand and success.”
Wilbert Funeral Services, Inc. is the leading single-source supplier of burial vaults and cremation-related products and services to North American funeral homes. For more information, please call 888.WILBERT or visit www.wilbert.com.
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