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COLORADO/WASHINGTON
The United Airlines Flight Center, Denver, has chosen Lance Jackson & Associates/Denver to design a new capabilities brochure for the facility.
Baum Arensmeier & Talent/Englewood has added Systems/DRC, Englewood; Loral Western Development Labs, San Jose, Calif.; and Siemens Gammasonics, Hoffman Estates, Ill., to its client list.
Johnny Nolon's Saloon and Gambling Emporium has contracted with Carl Thompson Associates/Boulder to develop a business plan for the casino operation.
Kemco America, Redmond, has selected Matt Guss Advertising/Tacoma to handle its Stone Protectors video game account.
PORTLAND, ORE.
Nationwide Insurance has retained McKinney Johnson Amato to handle a television campaign and media placement for Western Direct Operations, which serves 21 Western states.
Marketing Impact has been named agency for Deeco Systems/Hayward, Calif., a computer components maker. MI will handle advertising, publicity, collateral, media planning and buying.
Gold's Gym has selected Dalbey & Denight Advertising as its agency of record. The agency will launch an image-building ad campaign for the Portland franchise's four locations.
LAS VEGAS
Bruce Merrin Public Relations was named to represent Las Vegas Lifestyle Magazine; Sunny 106.5 FM's Kids Expo; Geno Munari, star of the San Remo Hotel's 'Hanky Panky Revue;' private investigator Jeff Kotter; and Jeff Kutash's 'Splash' show at the Riviera Hotel and Casino.
DataDesigns has been awarded the contract to create a datebase marketing system for Mirage Resorts.
LOS ANGELES/ORANGE COUNTY, CALIF.
Docter-Optic Technologies, Las Vegas, and Boulder Landing Co., Broken Arrow, Okla., have retained Kodiak Communications/Moorpark to handle their marketing campaigns.
Park La Brea, the largest apartment community in the Western U.S., has appointed The Weston Group/Brentwood to handle creative and media duties for the 168-acre real estate development.
Sanyo Energy Corp., San Diego, has selected Synaptix Advertising/Garden Grove to help market its new line of battery products to the consumer electronics marketplace.
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