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4A's Multicultural Award Goes to Bromley

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DALLAS Bromley Communications was awarded the O'Toole Multicultural Award at the American Association of Advertising Agencies Management Conference held last week in Southhampton, Bermuda, the agency said.

The award honors creative excellence for a body of creative work produced during the 2004 calendar year targeting multicultural consumer groups. Bromley, a San Antonio-based Publicis Groupe agency, submitted television and radio spots for Circuit City, Coors Light, Burger King and Continental Airlines.

"This award is a tribute to the innovative and creative work we produced for various clients this past year," said CEO Ernest Bromley.

With offices in New York, Miami, and Los Angeles, Bromley is one of the nation's largest Hispanic ad agencies. Major clients include Procter & Gamble, Payless ShoeSource, BMW and Nestle USA.