New appointments at Archer Young Group

Reward, motivation and travel company Archer Young is growing its marketing communications department with the appointments of Darren Lewis - as director of marketing communications - and Rachal Buller - as account manager in the marketing and communications team. Lewis joins Archer Young following nine years at Grass Roots UK where he was project director. He will now be managing the O2 Lifeline Challenge Programme for Archer Young. This initiative aims to raise £250,000 for charity by persuading O2 employees to take part in a variety of site and individual challenges up and down the country. Rachal Buller joins following a two-year stint at agency Talking Point. She has also worked on a number of creative programmes, projects and events for clients including Gillette, Sony and H.J. Heinz. Archer Young director Natalie Gunson commented: "Welcoming Darren and Rachal to our team is a further sign of Archer Young's drive to attract the highest calibre of individuals as we continue our growth into 2007".

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