Three agencies have advanced in the review for Lockheed Martin's $15 million account.
Gray, Kirk/Van Sant in Baltimore, Keiler & Co. in Farmington, Conn., and Cramer-Krasselt in Milwaukee will make creative presentations May 3, sources said.
Arnold, McLean, Va.; E. James White Communications, Herndon, Va.; Mullen, Wenham, Mass.; and Hampel/Stefanides, New York, were eliminated. Incumbent DDB New York chose not to defend.
"Lockheed will seek an agency with global capabilities," said a source familiar with the Bethesda, Md., defense contractor. "They want to develop an identity that supports its individual business units."
Achenbaum Bogda in New York is conducting the review.