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ALABAMA
Perry Harper Perry Communications in Birmingham won the 1998 Award of Excellence from the Printing Industry of the South at the annual meeting of the organization. The agency was recognized for its work for Jane Simons Cards. The award is given each year for excellence in the printed sales campaign category.
FLORIDA
William Cook Public Relations in Jacksonville has been named to handle publicity, media relations and promotions for Wild Adventures, a theme park located in Valdosta, Ga.
Chenoweth & Faulkner Advertising in Tampa has secured project work from Aerosonic of Clearwater. The client, an aircraft instrumentation manufacturer, has asked the agency to create a new corporate brochure and sell sheets. C&FA will also create collateral for the client's precision components line.
Regus Office Systems, a global network of more than 130 business centers, has awarded its South American public relations account to The Jeffrey Group in Miami. Regus plans to open nearly 100 new sites in that region in the next five years.
R.J. Comer Communications in Jacksonville has added three clients to its roster: Skytruck Sales, marketer of the Skytruck utility aircraft; Inoue USA, a maker of mixing, grinding and kneading equipment; and The Citadel Group's American Consumer Alliance.
Interval International has appointed Yesawich, Pepperdine & Brown in Orlando as its new agency. Interval is in the vacation ownership exchange business.
GEORGIA
Communications 21 in Atlanta has been assigned the advertising of four divisions of commercial real estate company Carter & Associates-Oncor, also in Atlanta.
Kinko's recently signed Duffey Communications in Atlanta as its public relations agency of record. The account will involve both consumer and business-to-business work.
United Way of Metropolitan Atlanta has chosen Turner & Turner Communications in Atlanta to head up its Ad Agency Outreach Program, sponsored by the Creative Club of Atlanta. The program encourages local agencies to support the United Way.
MARYLAND
Strategic Communications Group in Silver Spring has been hired to provide public relations support to Computer Technology Associates of Bethesda.
SOUTH CAROLINA
H&W Creative/Advertising in Columbia has acquired four new clients: Ambac International, Carolina Ceramics, Gallman Personnel Services and Palmetto Automatic Sprinkler.