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Cultural Leaders And C-level Executives From Intel, L'Oreal, PepsiCo, Xbox, Lululemon, Kid Robot, Red Bull, MasterCard & Universal Music Group Gather For 2014 Annual PTTOW! Summit

Invite-only member network welcomes unparalleled group of C-level brand executives, along with today's cultural icons for the private member 3-day summit, May 7-9 in Ranchos Palos Verdes, CA

LOS ANGELES, Feb. 13, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Exclusive network PTTOW! is proud to announce new industry icons and top executive members from some of today's most inspiring brands.  The invitation-only network, renowned for extraordinary events including their annual PTTOW! Summit, welcomes a bevy of new faces, including Deborah Conrad, CMO of Intel; Frank Cooper III, CMO of PepsiCo; Danielle Tiedt, CMO of YouTube; Marc Speichert, Global CMO of L'Oreal Group; and Laurent Potdevin, CEO of Lululemon.  With $48 billion in US media buying power (over ¼ of all US media spending), this group of executives holds unparalleled purchasing power and broad cultural influence.

Both new and familiar faces will gather in an intimate setting May 7-9, 2014 at the Terranea Resort in Rancho Palos Verdes, CA for the annual PTTOW! Summit.  The marketing worlds biggest all-stars will partake in powerhouse discussions, thrilling activities and together they will challenge conventional thinking on today's media, marketing and culture.

The PTTOW! private-member network represents cultural influencers and impactful leaders from today's biggest brands. Spanning over 65 industries from every major category, PTTOW! represents nearly every facet of culture including space travel, art, fashion, technology, gaming, music, retail, social good and action sports. Within this diverse group of 180 top thinkers and brand leaders, PTTOW! has helped foster over 50 unique brand partnerships through its network and summits.

"We never imagined we would bring together such an inspiring group of leaders when we began six years ago, many of whom have as much impact and influence on people's daily lives as global heads of state," said Roman Tsunder, co-chair of PTTOW! "Our goal it to create the best business show on earth and inspire the best marketers and cultural leaders in the world."

Additional 2014 PTTOW! Members include:

Aliza Licht, SVP Global Communications, Donna Karen International
Bob Africa, President, Kid Robot
Bonin Bough, VP Global Media & Consumer Engagement, Mondelez
Darren Romanelli, Founder/Owner, Streetvirus & DRx
Deanie Elsner, CMO, Kraft
Gurval Caer, Vice Chairman, Chief Innovation & Marketing Officer, Wunderman
James Curleigh, President, Levi's
Jeff Taylor, SVP of Global Brand and Marketing, DC Shoes
John Harrobin, CMO, Verizon
Julie Bauer, President, Panasonic
Marc Mathieu, SVP Marketing, Unilever
Marc Speichert, Global CMO, L'Oreal Group
Neil Blumenthal Co-founder & Co-CEO, Warby Parker
Nicolas Drake, CMO, Quiksilver
Peter Koechley, Co-Founder, Upworthy
Raja Rajamannar, CMO, MasterCard
Russell Wallach, President, Live Nation
Rob Matthews- GM, Marketing, Microsoft Devices & Studios Marketing Group
Rob Wells, President, Global Digital, Universal Music Group
Scott Moore, SVP US Marketing, Best Buy
Seth Farbman, Global CMO, Gap
Troy Carter, Founder & CEO, Atom Factory
Werner Brell, Managing Director, Red Bull Media House

For more information on this year's PTTOW! Summit, please visit www.pttow.com.

About PTTOW!
PTTOW! is an invite-only, member network and summit for CEOs, CMOs and Cultural Icons who are shaping our culture.   

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