Agency News: Western

ARIZONA
The Rita Sanders Agency in Tempe has been retained to handle public relations duties for the 1998 Street of Dreams in Tucson.
COLORADO
Spyder Active Sports, makers of performance skiwear, has named TDA Advertising & Design in Longmont its agency of record.
NEVADA
Technology Associates, retailer of PC
components, has named Rose-Glenn Advertising and Public Relations in Reno
its agency of record.
NORTHERN CALIFORNIA
Beaucoup Chapeaux, a broadcast production department with offices in Dallas and New York, has opened an office in San Francisco.
OREGON
Oregon State University has retained Portland-based Cappelli Miles Wiltz Kelly to create a marketing plan to encourage college-bound Oregon students to remain in the state.
Hewlett-Packard has chosen Babcock & Jenkins Direct in Portland to create and implement a direct response campaign to support the launch of its HP Network ScanJet 5si network scanner.
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
The Phelps Group in Los Angeles has been tapped by Teradyne to develop and implement a fully integrated ad campaign.
Creamer Dickson Basford in Irvine has been appointed public relations agency of record for AST Computer, also in Irvine.
Fong Enterprises, owners of the Movieland Wax Museum and other California attractions, has selected San Diego-based The Flowers Group to handle marketing and public relations.
The Gable Group and Schmidt-Cannon International in San Diego have created promotions for Valvoline Instant Oil Change and Travelodge Hotels.
Los Angeles-based Epicenter has been tapped by the Southern California Supercuts Franchisees Association, also in Los Angeles, to handle television advertising, promotional marketing and public relations for its five-county region and provide local market programs for its individual stores.
WASHINGTON
The Bon Marchƒ in Seattle has decided to move its broadcast media buying operation in-house. It has been handled by the Seattle office of McCann-Erickson. DeLaunay/Phillips in Seattle has been awarded a project by Spencer Technology, also in Seattle.