Kim Salvino Moves to Chateau 20


Chateau 20, the leading performance-marketing agency serving travel, lifestyle and entertainment brands, announces Kim Salvino as its new Director, Publisher Development. Salvino brings over seven years performance marketing industry experience and an award-winning resume to the specialty agency.

“Kim brings amazing energy, top-notch ethics and broad experience to the team. She builds strong partnerships—which is critical for performance marketing success,” said Chateau 20 CEO, Karen White. “We’re thrilled to have her join the team.”

Chateau 20 serves as performance-marketing agency for such prominent brands as Caesars Entertainment, Couples Resorts, and Ganz, creator of Webkinz World.

“The opportunity to develop partner relationships for and with the amazing client list at Chateau 20 is truly exciting,” said Salvino. “I’ve witnessed the agency’s growth and consider Karen’s abilities to grow client revenue impressive. Chateau 20 is setting a new standard of service and I’m eager to start contributing.”

Prior to joining Chateau 20, Salvino was Head of Publishers at US. She also held the position of US’s Head of Account Management. In January 2012, Salvino was recognized with an Affiliate Summit Pinnacle Award for Affiliate Manager of the Year.

“One of many reasons I’m looking forward to working with the team, clients, and partners at Chateau 20 is the focus on quality. From strategy and planning to communication and results, the agency is dedicated to developing custom solutions and building genuine, trusted relationships. The priorities at Chateau 20 perfectly align with my values and philosophy for doing business,” said Salvino.

About Chateau 20 Chateau 20 is a performance marketing agency specializing in services for travel, lifestyle and entertainment brands. The company was founded in 2009 and is headquartered in Las Vegas, Nevada. To learn more about Chateau 20’s services visit: All trademarks, trade names, service marks, and logos referenced herein belong to their respective companies.

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