Agency News

Bagby & Co., Chicago, was selected to create a brand identity for the Museum Campus, the park that will encompass the Adler Planetarium, Field Museum and Shedd Aquarium in Chicago.
The Chicago Sun-Times selected Jordan Tamraz Caruso, Chicago, to handle advertising and promotions.
Heisler Gordon & Associates was formed through the merger of Chicago agency HeislerGrout Advertising, Marketing & PR and Yale Gordon & Associates in Northbrook. The new agency, with offices in Chicago, has billings of $20 million.
Robert Brandt & Associates in Hinsdale was named agency of record for A.B. Dick Co., a manufacturer of offset printing and prepress equipment.
Design Orchestration has opened in Buffalo Grove. Headed by Mark Bryzinski and James Weiss, the agency handles advertising as well as direct and interactive marketing.
BigWorld Communications, Chicago, added four new clients: Puritan Finance Corp.; law firm DeBofsky and Debofsky; Fotofabrication Corp.; and The Malnight Co., a furniture manufacturer.
Baxter Healthcare named Shaker Advertising Agency in Oak Park as its recruitment agency of record.
Hickman & Associates, Indianapolis, has launched a home page on the Internet at
The Omaha Area Board of Realtors selected Rochester Rossiter & Wall in Sioux City to handle public relations.
Sullivan Higdon & Sink in Wichita was named agency of record for Fidelity Bank, with 11 locations in Kansas.
Allison-Friesen Advertising and Public Relations in Wichita was chosen as agency of record for Cottonwood Interiors, an interior design and furniture store.
Associated Advertising Agency in Wichita was named agency of record for Centre Court Community Tennis Association.
Donnelly Corp., a marketer of automotive vision, lighting and window systems, selected Stap & Co. in Kalamazoo as its agency of record.
Maxwell Advertising in Kalamazoo has been renamed Maxwell & Miller Marketing Communications.
The Remodelers Council of the Builders Association of the Twin Cities selected Sable Advertising, Plymouth, as its communications agency of record.
Realtor Burnet Financial Group chose Maccabee Group, Minneapolis, to handle its public relations.
Dillon Advertising and Public Relations in Minneapolis has been sold by founder Richard Dillon to senior partners Bill Andres, Chris Birt and Bill Fuesz.
Kochan & Co., St. Louis, has been chosen to create the first joint direct mail campaign for four local attractions: the Missouri Botanical Garden, the Saint Louis Zoo, the St. Louis Science Center and the Saint Louis Art Museum.
Shandwick in St. Louis was selected to handle public relations for the Save-A-Lot grocery chain.