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Twelves Unlimited (Washington, USA)

Strategic marketing, brand strategy, communications, advertising. Twelves company is not exclusively solar, but has experience in in the arena of sustainable building and development.

Gail Twelves, president of Twelves Unlimited, has been in the marketing communications industry since 1977, holding leadership positions in regional advertising firms and in corporate marketing. With three decades in marketing/communications, Gail has worked in the Pacific Northwest’s largest advertising agencies, the media, major corporations and as a marketing professional in her own business. Gail has lived the marketing process from all sides of the desk. The majority of her career has been split between account supervision in advertising agencies and corporate marketing management.

Gail’s experience spans industries that include financial, sustainable development, medical/healthcare, high-tech, med-tech, retail, recreation, real estate, environment,  commercial aviation, civic promotions and wineries. With numerous awards to her name, Gail takes pride in knowing that her strategies and campaigns have also broken response records that created substantial growth for her clients.

In addition to managing the agency, Gail participates in numerous civic boards and committees in the Seattle area, including the Puget Sound Regional Council’s Growth Management Policy Board and the Prosperity Partnership as the Brand Initiative “champion;” Master Builders Association’s Built Green Executive Committee, serving as the Marketing Chair; leadership positions in the Sierra Club; local coordination of King County’s natural/non-chemical yard care program, and a number of city and regional citizen advisory boards.