Agency News

GD&A Advertising, Pueblo, was selected as agency of record for the 1998 Colorado State Fair & Exposition.
Petroglyph Energy retained the creative services division of Carl Thompson Associates in Boulder to design its 1997 annual report to shareholders.
The Resort at Squaw Creek named The Rose/Glenn Group in Reno as its provider of local and regional public relations.
Starbucks Coffee renewed its contract with R&R Advertising, Las Vegas, for duties in Arizona and Nevada, including public and community relations and local marketing support.
Wayfarer Communications appointed Lighthouse Advertising & Design in Santa Clara as its agency of record.
Communications West in San Francisco has won two new accounts: Marine Terminals Corporation and Consolidated Freightways.
The Oregon Tourism Commission selected The Mandala Agency in Bend to handle public relations support duties. The agency has worked with the state commission in other areas for almost a decade.
Baby Phases, a new retail store specializing in clothing, furniture and accessories for infants and toddlers, named DVA Advertising in Bend its agency of record.
Pacific Communications in Costa Mesa was named agency of record for Luxfer Gas Cylinders.
Creative Domain in Los Angeles has launched a new division, CD Sound, to provide audio services for the feature film, advertising and TV industries.
JP Advertising in Burbank has formed McDonald & Associates, a company specializing in print placement and production for entertainment clients.
Stewart Holt Advertising, Ontario, a full-service agency that specializes in the automotive aftermarket, was named agency of record for Peak Antifreeze, Peak Motor Oil, Peak Windshield De-Icer, Sierra Antifreeze and SplitFire spark plugs.
Miller Imaging International in Burbank will open an office in Irvine this year to better serve its clients in the Orange County area.
Novocom in Los Angeles created the opening graphics package for CBS Sports’ NASCAR racing coverage.