Erick Laseca has been with Burson-Marsteller Chicago since August 2005 and currently works as Client Executive for the Media Practice in Chicago. Erick began his Burson-Marsteller career as an independent contractor on the Mexico Tourism Board account.
Before joining Burson, Erick worked as Media Credentials Manager for the NASDAQ-100 Open Tennis Tournament in Key Biscayne, Florida, listed as the 4th largest tennis tournament in the world. Prior to that, Erick was the Media Spokesperson for the Miami International Boat Show.
The Journal of Integrated Marketing Communications (JIMC) is calling out for marketing professionals to submit articles for its 20th Anniversary Edition.
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