Bespoke has hired veteran brand and sports marketer Chloe Stewart to join the company’s executive leadership team as Vice President of Client Management. Stewart is an experienced marketing professional with a history of producing unique sponsorship brand solutions through creative and strategic activations in the sports and entertainment industries.
“We’re excited that someone of Chloe’s caliber will be joining our executive team and we know that her vast marketing experience with brands, properties and media organizations across sports and entertainment will have an immediate impact for our clients,” said Greg Busch, president of Bespoke Sports & Entertainment. “Chloe is a creative, strategic thinker whose work ethic and spirit of teamwork and volunteerism are closely aligned with our values as an agency.”
Prior to Bespoke, Stewart held marketing roles with prominent brands, media companies and sports and entertainment properties including Coca-Cola, the Washington Post, Washington Commanders, Madison Square Garden and Live Nation.
At Coca-Cola she implemented brand plans, custom programs and entitlement build outs across the company’s extensive roster of pro sports properties, entertainment venues, theme parks and colleges and universities. Stewart was responsible for industry-recognized executions such as the Emmy Award winning web series, The Amazin’ Life, with the New York Mets, stadium-wide Augmented Reality and social lounge at Nationals Park, “Before the Show” series with entertainment acts at Madison Square Garden properties, the Coca-Cola Corner at Citi Field with virtual Home Run Derby and “bobblehead yourself” with Major League Baseball.
Stewart began her marketing career in entertainment with Live Nation before moving on to manage partnership development, activation and events with Madison Square Garden and the Washington Commanders, servicing brands such as Bank of America, Anheuser Busch, Microsoft, Verizon, Papa John’s, Mastercard, USAA, American Express, Gatorade and McDonald’s. Most recently, she was responsible for driving multiple revenue verticals at the Washington Post through the creation of innovative concepts and programs.
Stewart has a passion for philanthropy, serving as a board member for So Kids SOAR and Columbia Lighthouse for the Blind. She has also been an active member of Women in Sports & Entertainment (WISE), and is on the host committee for Fight for Children Honors.
Stewart is a native Atlantan and graduated from Georgia Institute of Technology.