Jill Dunleavy

last updated 1/30/2018

Jill K. Dunleavy

Commercial Sales Manager at Neenah Paper Inc

Location:
3460 PRESTON RIDGE ROAD, Alpharetta, Georgia, United States
HQ Phone:
(678) 566-6500

General Information

Affiliations

Specification Representative - Spicers Paper Inc

Specification Representative - Spicers Ltd

Recent News  

What Happens in Vegas...Becomes a Roadshow? - Against The Grain Against The Grain

Neenah super sales rep Jill Dunleavy wrote in to tell us about the success of a Burdge Cooper letterpress event that was a smash hit in Sin City.
Entitled Make an Impression, the event was organized by Burdge Cooper and AIGA/Las Vegas and co-sponsored by Neenah. Said Jill, "Our event was held at the coolest location, The Morelli House, designed and built in 1959 by the Sand's orchestra conductor and music director Antonio Morelli. Think the Rat Pack but with soft drinks and appetizers. Even without cocktails, RSVP's hit 100 and the game was on. "We had more than 100," added Jill, "Every major hotel and casino creative person and design agency representative was in attendance including some folks who we don't often see at after hour events. Was it the timing?

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http://orangecounty.aiga.org/event/how-to-get-noticed-with-print/

The evening will include a tour of Main Graphics’ facility, and presentations from Ron Sarne, Business Development Manager/Strategic Consultant of Hewlett Packard, and Jill Dunleavy of Neenah Paper, both exploring the question ‘How to Get Noticed with Print?’.

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What Happens in Vegas…Becomes a Roadshow? | Against The Grain

Neenah super sales rep Jill Dunleavy wrote in to tell us about the success of a Burdge Cooper letterpress event that was a smash hit in Sin City.
Entitled Make an Impression, the event was organized by Burdge Cooper and AIGA/Las Vegas and co-sponsored by Neenah. Said Jill, "Our event was held at the coolest location, The Morelli House, designed and built in 1959 by the Sand's orchestra conductor and music director Antonio Morelli. Think the Rat Pack but with soft drinks and appetizers. Even without cocktails, RSVP's hit 100 and the game was on. "We had more than 100," added Jill, "Every major hotel and casino creative person and design agency representative was in attendance including some folks who we don't often see at after hour events. Was it the timing?

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