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Marvin Sloves

Advertising agency executive

Marvin Sloves was American advertising agency executive. National Education Association fellowship. Board directors Burden Center for Aged, New York City, Chamber Music Society Lincoln Center, New York City, Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival, Santa Fe Opera, New York Council for Humanities, Hope House, Santa Fe.

Background

SLOVES, Marvin was born on April 22, 1933 in New York, United States. Son of John H. Sloves and Evelyn S. (Wishan) Sloves.

Education

AB, Brandeis U, 1955. Postgraduate, Oriental Institute, University Chicago, 1961.

Career

Staff researcher Leo Burnett Company, Chicago, 1962. Director research Earle Ludgin Company, 1963-1964. Account executive Ted Bates Company, New York City, 1964.

Account supervisor, vice president Papert, Koenig, Lois, 1965-1967. President, chief executive officer Scali, McCabe, Sloves, Inc., 1967-1981, chairman, chief executive officer, 1981-1993. Vice chairman The Lowe Group, 1993-1995.

Co-chairman Lowe & Partners/SMS, 1995-1999. Retired, 1999.

Membership

Board directors Burden Center for Aged, New York City, Chamber Music Society Lincoln Center, New York City, Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival, Santa Fe Opera, New York Council for Humanities, Hope House, Santa Fe.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Boxing, memorabilia collecting.

Connections

father:
John H. Sloves

mother:
Evelyn S. (Wishan) Sloves