The San Jose Group Taps Daniel Stewart Garay’s Creative Power

CHICAGO (September 9, 2005) — The San Jose Group has hired Daniel Stewart Garay as Creative Director to lead a new and additional creative team. Daniel brings to the agency over 12 years of professional experience developed among top-notch multinational advertising firms throughout Latin America. “Daniel’s incorporation is a perfect fit for our agency. We are growing, and his talents will further drive our creative services department while supporting our main objective: to accomplish unprecedented results for our clients,” stated George L. San Jose, Founder & CEO of The San Jose Group.

Daniel began his career in 1994 at Peru-based Grey Advertising, designing creative advertising for companies such Telecom, Hyundai, BBVA, Panasonic, Samsung, Bristol- Myers Squibb and Nabisco. He then joined Foote Cone & Belding to take charge of their creative department and assume account management for companies such as Kraft Foods, Jeep and PepsiCo, among others blue-chip companies. Stewart has been recognized for his work by several internationally-renowned trade institutions for Hispanic advertising such as Creativa (Mexico), El Ojo de Iberoamerica (Argentina) and APAP in Peru, among others.

Mr. San Jose added: “At The San Jose Group, we are about creating a higher level of excellence for all we do offer to our clients. Daniel’s experience in the creative field will represent yet another strategic advantage we can offer our clients. The work he has produced for such distinguished companies and his easy-going style are two critical components that will bring innovative ideas to further expand and strengthen our creative team.” 

About The San Jose Group

Incorporated in 1981, The San Jose Group specializes in developing innovative marketing communications solutions that connect brands and consumers to their core purpose. The agency is the anchor to The San Jose Network, Ltd., the largest group of marketing communications agencies serving U.S. Hispanic and Latin American markets. For more information, visit