Linda B. Denham
Vice President of Marketing
Director of Marketing [2 ]
Kenner [1 ]
Linda B. Denham is the co-creator of the [1 ] Care Bears franchise along with [3 ] Elena Kucharik, the main artist for the toys in the 1980s. [4 ] During that decade, Denham served as Director [5 ] and Vice President of Marketing [2 ] for the [1 ] Kenner toy company; in 1985, she was involved in television commercials for its Upsy Baby doll. She is also a member of [2 ] Sigma Sigma Sigma sorority at Stephens College in Columbia, Missouri. [3 ]
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^ a b c d "Care Bears' Success Continues". . November 28, 1985. p. 30 The Palm Beach Post Gift Guide Advertising Section . Retrieved August 9, 2010.
^ a b c Hennemeyer, Doug (July 1985). "Doll makers fill gap by returning to basics; manufacturers pick up CPK slack with traditional dolls". Playthings (Geyer McAllister Publications Inc.) 83: 38.
^ a b "Sigma Sigma Sigma Sorority: Eta Alpha Chapter". Stephens College . Retrieved August 9, 2010.
^ Kumar, Lisa, ed. (2008). Something About the Author 182. Gale Cengage. p. 138. ISBN 0-7876-8806-1 . Retrieved August 9, 2010.
^ "Local Discovery: Local Publishing Pastor Sells Faster and Faster". ( The News-Sun Waukegan, Illinois: Sun-Times Media Group). June 2, 1998 . Retrieved August 9, 2010. – via HighBeam (subscription required)