Graham Kemp to leave CEO's post at The Marketing Store

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The Marketing Store, promotions agency for McDonald's Corp., Coca-Cola Co. and Miller Brewing, said global CEO Graham Kemp will the shop leave Jan. 6, 2007.

Mr. Kemp has led a $500 million agency that specializes in promotions, branding, advertising and direct marketing work for Fortune 500 clients. He joined the company in 1986.

A successor will be announced after the New Year.

The Marketing Store also handles accounts like General Mills, Nissan, Verizon and Best Buy. The agency is handling McDonald's Monopoly promotion, creating 458.4 million game pieces for an effort that comes with a $5 million grand prize.

Headquartered in Oakbrook, IL, the Marketing Store also has offices in London, Leeds and Birmingham in Britain; Paris; Hong Kong; Sao Paolo; Toronto; and Sydney.

Clive Maclean is president of the U.S. Marketing Store.

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