Thursday, April 17, 2014
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Gwinnett Daily Post
Lawrenceville marketing firm Rock Paper Scissors has a new leader in the wake of the death of founder Cynthia Sutt.
Beckie Manley has been named the company’s interim creative director, chosen by Randy Sutt, Cindy’s husband and the company’s CEO, and Amanda Sutt, Cindy’s daughter and the director of accounts.
Manley was one of the first designers hired by Sutt when she launched the company in the ’90s, a press release said, adding that Manley was chosen to further Sutt’s vision.
“Cindy founded RPS as a place for creative people to gather and explore their ideas in a safe and supportive environment,” a press release said. “With Cindy at the helm, we established ourselves through supporting small businesses, nonprofits, and manufacturers with graphic design, branding, marketing, and web development. Rock Paper Scissors has navigated both growth and change as the graphic and communication worlds have evolved in the last three decades. We are committed to sustaining that growth and continuing to plant Cindy’s seeds.”