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Advertising and marketing executive

George Michael Hoffman, American Advertising and marketing executive. Recipient 82 Advertising awards, including Clios, Caddys, International Film Festival, and International Broadcasting awards.

Background

Hoffman, George Michael was born on February 17, 1943 in Cincinnati.

Education

Student, University Cincinnati, 1962-1964.

Career

General manager, Station WJBI, Cincinnati, 1962-1965; associate creative director, Young & Rubicam, Detroit, 1965-1968; associate creative director, McManus, John & Adams Advertising, Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, 1968-1969; vice president, creative director, McNamara Association, Detroit, 1969-1970; president, American Creative Inc., Detroit, 1970-1972; vice president, creative director, H. Walter Thompson Advertising, Dearborn, Michigan, 1972-1973; senior vice president creative director, Unacom Marketing Inc., Southfield, Michigan, 1973-1976; executive vice president, creative director, LeBar Association Inc., Bloomfield Hills, 1976-1980; president, Creative People Inc., Troy, Michigan, 1980-1983; executive vice president, McNamara Communications Inc., Troy, since 1984; president, Creative Alliance, Rochester, Michigan, since 1993.

Achievements

  • Avocations: writing, outdoor sports, fishing (recipient 73 professional Bass fishing awards, including National Point Leader, American Scholarship Team Circuit 1988).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: writing, outdoor sports, fishing (recipient 73 professional Bass fishing awards, including National Point Leader, American Scholarship Team Circuit 1988).

Connections

Son of William Timothy and Rose (Koval) H. Divorced; children: Lisa Lynn, Michael George. Married Theresa Marie Fawcett, July 27, 1985.

Children: James Michael, Jillian Rose.

father:
William Timothy Hoffman

mother:
Rose (Koval) Hoffman

spouse:
Theresa Marie Fawcett

child:
James Michael Hoffman

child:
Lisa Lynn Hoffman

child:
Michael George Hoffman

child:
Jillian Rose Hoffman