Temerlin Cut From Kimberly-Clark Chase
CHICAGO–Kimberly-Clark has narrowed the review for its estimated $30 million global feminine care advertising account to Ogilvy & Mather in Chicago and BBDO in New York, according to sources. Ogilvy’s New York office is the incumbent on the business, which includes the New Freedom and Kotex brands. Eliminated from contention were Temerlin McClain, Irving, Texas; Foote, Cone & Belding, Chicago, which handles Kimberly-Clark’s Kleenex business; and Young & Rubicam, New York. Officials at the Dallas-based client could not be reached for comment; executives at the agencies involved either could not be reached or declined comment.
Feigley Departs Hadeler, Sullivan & Law
DALLAS–Stuart Feigley, one of two top creative staffers at Hadeler Sullivan & Law in Dallas, has left the agency and been named a creative group head at Westerville, Ohio, agency SBC Advertising. Hadeler Sullivan & Law chairman and chief executive officer David Hadeler said his agency is presently searching for a replacement who will share lead creative status with Tom Marcantel. Hadeler said he has no current plans to hire an executive creative director under the new dedicated account team structure of the agency.
Hillard Hiley Auto Group Hires Balcom
DALLAS–The Hillard Hiley Auto Group, Dallas and Fort Worth, Texas, has named The Balcom Agency, also Fort Worth, as its agency of record. Balcom will handle advertising and marketing programs for Saturn dealers in Fort Worth, Arlington, Duncanville, Hurst and Mesquite, Texas. Also included will be public relations support and Web page development. All work will be launched in April. Billings were undisclosed.
Morin Joins Joppie Belken Arters
DALLAS–Feliz Morin was named partner and media director at Joppie Belken Arters in San Antonio. The 20-year agency veteran will oversee media planning for the agency’s 14 clients. Morin has previously been with Ackerman McQueen’s offices in Oklahoma City and Dallas, in addition to Levenson & Hill in Dallas. She was also a Dallas regional field manager for Stroh Brewery Co. in Detroit.
It’s LBC Behind Those Foster Grants
BOSTON–Foster Grant intends to proceed with its plan to break a print and broadcast campaign in May that will carry the Dallas-based company’s classic “Who’s behind those Foster Grants?” tagline, according to Bill Potts, vice president of marketing. The advertising is now being handled by LBC Design in Providence, R.I. Leonard/Monahan, also Providence, which had won the client’s estimated $3-5 million advertising account late last year, closed its doors some weeks ago, leaving the future of the business in question. Print work will break in People and Entertainment Weekly magazines.
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