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Going Places May 23, 2007

FIRST PROTOCOL, based in New York, has hired DANIELLE SCHMIDT as new account manager. Call 212/810-4509;

MICHEL PROKOP is the new regional area director in Germany for DOLCE INTERNATIONAL. The company is based in Montvale, N.J., and Paris. Call 800/983-6523;

SHEBA L. MITCHELL is the new director of catering at the MILLENNIUM UN PLAZA HOTEL in New York, ROSA ABREU joins her at the property as director of food and beverage operations. At the MILLENNIUM HOTEL CINCINNATI in Cincinnati, JOSEPH RUSSELL is the new director of catering and convention services, and JOSEPH R. MEINERS is the new executive chef. Call 866/866-8086;

Larkspur, Calif.-based SPORTSMARK has hired NICK CAREY as an account director, SUZANNE DUNCAN and MICHELE LAGO have been named account managers. JOANNA SNYDER has been promoted to senior director, corporate communications and brand management. Call 415/464-4128;

Morgan Hill, Calif.-based CYCLONIX has hired PETER GALLAGHER as chief creative officer. Call 800/470-0062;

TOM ADAMS is the new West Coast general manager for Cleveland-based AUTOMOTIVE EVENTS. He is based in Long Beach, Calif. Call 440/356-1383;

HIGH BEAM EVENTS, based in Austin, Texas, has hired LAURA PARKINSON as an event coordinator. Call 512/419-9401;

RENE SCHROCK is the new office manager for Mukilteo, Wash.-based ABC SPECIAL EVENT RENTALS. JOHN SCHROCK is the new operations manager. Call 877/939-7368;

ANGELA COLEMAN has been hired as the senior catering sales manager for the RITZ-CARLTON in Denver. Call 303/312-3816;

WYNDHAM SUGAR BAY RESORT & SPA in St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands, has hired SCOTT KENNEY as food and beverage director. Call 340/777-7100;

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