Pattye Moore stepped down as president of Sonic Corp. in 2004 for family reasons, but she was also burned out. She had been promoted from vice president after 10 years of directing the advertising and marketing strategies for the Oklahoma City-based drive-in chain. A year after her resignation, a close professional friend of hers, Scott Aylward, also quit his job as chief executive of Barkley Evergreen and Partners, the ad agency that handled Sonic’s account. He too admitted ...
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