CLEVELAND – Sherwin-Williams’ Dutch Boy Paints division chose New York-based Partners & Shevack to handle the company’s $5-million account after a review. The move is a blow to Cleveland shop Griswold, which had held on to the business for nine years. Beside the two agencies, Cleveland-based Liggett-Stashower; J. Walter Thompson/Detroit; and Scali, McCabe, Sloves/N.Y. pitched.
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