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FLORIDA
The Screen Manufacturers Association of Palm Beach has named Myers, Myers & Adams Advertising in Fort Lauderdale to handle its national multimedia public consumer safety program.
Altimax in New Port Richey has reached an agreement with GTE Americast to furnish interactive services.
Hunter's Creek, a 4,000-acre master-planned community in Orlando, has hired John Heagney Public Relations in Holiday to develop a public relations program.
Hallmark/Tassone in Orlando has been selected to handle advertising and marketing for Westbrook Communities.

GEORGIA
Carroll/White Advertising, Atlanta, has been named to produce all advertising, marketing and public relations materials for Value Music Concepts' Spin Street Music.
Idea Associates in Atlanta has added four new real estate-related accounts: Flournoy Homes, Renaissance Marketing, Four Bridges and Ellard.

NORTH CAROLINA
Capital Street Mortgage has signed Lippi & Co. in Charlotte as its agency of record. The main thrust of Lippi's initial campaign is to promote the client's recent name change.
Corder Philips & Wilson Advertising, Marketing and Public Relations in Charlotte has acquired the account of CHCG Physicians.
Burke Communications in Charlotte was recently awarded the publishing contract for Made In Portugal, a publication that highlights major Portuguese industries.

SOUTH CAROLINA
Andron Stainless Corp. of Columbia has placed its advertising business with H&W Creative/Advertising, also in Columbia.

TENNESSEE
GreyStone Golf Club and Ladies Professional Golf Association golfer Dottie Pepper have hired Alday Communications in Franklin to handle public relations and marketing assignments.
TCS Management Group, a provider of workforce management software programs for call centers, has named The Buntin Group in Nashville as agency for its national advertising.

VIRGINIA
The Washington Convention Center Authority has selected The Ad Agency in Tysons Corner as its first advertising partner. The $650 million facility is scheduled to open in 2002.
The Prince William Parkway/95 Partnership, a nonprofit, public/private membership organization established to promote economic growth, has chosen The Washington Agency in Reston to handle its public relations, direct mail and events management requirements.