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COLORADO
Brown Radman Wolper in Denver has added the following clients to its roster: Saxe, a database marketing software company; Sienna Imaging, a manufacturer of digital photography printers; and Ristorante Piatti-Yountville, an Italian restaurant.
NEVADA
R/S Development has hired Merica Dickerson Advertising and Public Relations in Las Vegas for advertising and public relations. The agency has also been retained by J.M. Gair & Associates, a Las Vegas Valley housing developer.
The Nevada Development Authority has retained Thomas Puckett Advertising, Marketing and Public Relations in Las Vegas as its agency of record.
NORTHERN CALIFORNIA
Shugart Matson, a marketing communications firm in San Ramon, has been named lead sales promotion agency for Oral-B's youth-oriented products.
OREGON
Prideaux Swearingen Advertising and Public Relations and Dalbey & Denight Advertising, both in Portland, have been selected to handle promotions for Indian Art Northwest, a three-day market to be held May 21-24, 1998.
Moffatt/Rosenthal Advertising in Portland has recently been named a member of Worldwide Partners, a global network of independent ad agencies.
Knowledge Interact, a division of Softbank Forums, has chosen RalstonGroup in Bend for marketing and advertising duties to promote the client's annual seminars, publications, interactive trade shows, and professional consulting services.
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
Momentum Advertising in Westlake Village has developed a new corporate identity for accounting firm Kirsch Kohn & Bridge in Encino.
Meade Ullman Advertising in Sherman Oaks has been awarded agency-of-record status for Alaris. The agency's first assignment is the consumer and trade introduction of the company's QuickVideo Transport, which enables PC users to use full-motion video as a communications tool.
The promotions division of DDB Needham Los Angeles has kicked off a new Memorex sales promotion campaign aimed at retailers.
WASHINGTON
CF2GS in Seattle has won the Hewlett-Packard Laserjet Supplies Operation account. The agency will create a relationship marketing program.