Chris Elliot started his career as a graphic designer, working for the art studios that service Campbell-Ewald and the General Motors Design Center. He went on to work as the creative director of national print and broadcast for Little Caesars during the Cliff Freeman & Partners (Cheeser!Cheeser!) era. Working with Freeman and a New York agency sparked his interest in film and advertising as a career. Elliot spent the next seven years creating award winning broadcast campaigns and growing the Little Caesars franchise from 1600 to 4200 stores. From there he went on to Bozell/FBC Detroit to oversee the multi-products division and spent six years working on Hush Puppies, Shop Vac, Airtouch (Verizon), Consumers Energy and others. Elliot has also worked as a creative consultant for both McCann Erickson/Detroit and Cliff Freeman/New York. Most recently he was the Creative Director at davidandgoliath in Los Angeles working on Papa Murphy's Take'n'Bake Pizza, a 1200 store chain out of Portland, Oregon.
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