Chairman and Chief Executive Officer
Gary Mulloy was named Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Money Mailer in July 2010. He has more than 15 years of experience as a Chief Executive Officer for public and private companies in the consumer products, marketing services and medical device industries. He held leadership positions with ADVO, Inc. from 1996-2006 becoming Chairman and CEO in 1999. Prior to ADVO, Mr. Mulloy was CEO of Pilkington Barnes-Hind, a worldwide manufacturer and marketer of contact lenses and lens care products, from 1990-1996. From 1976-1990, Mr. Mulloy was with Schering-Plough and was CEO of the company's Maybelline unit from 1988-1990. Previous to joining Schering-Plough, Mr. Mulloy held senior marketing and sales positions with Gillette, Burger King, Foote Cone and Belding advertising agency and Alberto Culver Co. Mr. Mulloy graduated from the University of Illinois with a bachelor of science in marketing. He pursued advanced studies in finance and business ethics at Boston College. Mr. Mulloy lives in Newport Beach, Calif., with his wife, Jodi, and two children.
Money Mailer is proud of our history of growth and innovation. We were founded in 1979 in Huntington Beach, California, and since the first franchise was sold in 1980, we have experienced tremendous success, winning many awards and accolades.
Today, Money Mailer franchises across the U.S. are operated by owners who work as marketing consultants with business owners in their neighborhoods, helping those businesses to reach consumers and achieve their own success.
And with a national sales force serving Fortune 1000 companies, Money Mailer provides truly integrated marketing solutions to accurately target households and consumers across the U.S.
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