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Bromley Wins Multicultural Award

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DALLAS Bromley Communications was awarded a Multicultural Excellence Award by the American Association of National Advertisers at the ANA Multicultural Marketing Conference this week in Miami, the agency said.

The Multicultural Excellence Awards recognize ANA member companies and marketers that have produced outstanding multicultural campaigns that ran between June 2004 and May 2005.

Bromley took top honors in the Hispanic category for its Burger King "Angus" TV campaign. The agency was also nominated as a finalist for its Circuit City "En su vida" TV campaign. A total of five grand prizewinners were selected.

"This award is an example of the innovative and original work we create for our various clients," said Ernest Bromley, chief executive officer of Bromley Communications.

Based in San Antonio and part of the Publicis Groupe, Bromley's clientele includes Procter & Gamble, Burger King, Circuit City, Payless ShoeSource, Continental Airlines, BMW and Nestle USA.