The Minnesota Opera Co. selected M&H Advertising, Minneapolis, as its agency.
Mona Meyer McGrath & Gavin, Minneapolis, added two healthcare-related clients: Memorial Blood Centers of Minnesota and Interactive Ventures Inc.
Simons Michelson Zieve, Troy, was appointed to handle advertising and pr for Maple Woods, a new manufactured home community in Adrian.
Harris Advertising, Ann Arbor, added Auto Strasse and Bavarian Motor Village auto dealerships to its client list.
Knoxville, Tenn.-based Sea Ray Boats named Biggs/Gilmore Communications, Kalamazoo, and Davis/Newman/Payne, Knoxville, as its agencies of record.
Employee Benefit Administrators named J.A. Francis and Associates, Grand Rapids, as its agency of record.
Blue Door Restaurants, a Louisville-based restaurant development and franchising corporation, selected Schardein/Atchison & Associates, Louisville, to develop corporate identity materials and handle pr projects.
Eclipse Creative, Louisville, was named creative agency of record for KingFish Restaurants in Louisville.
Wardrop Murtaugh Temple, Chicago, won the $4-million Jamesway Department Store account. Elliot Health System assigned its ad account to the Sturm Communications Group, Chicago.
Koehler & McCarty, Roselle, was named to develop projects for Premium Plastics, a Chicago-based manufacturer and distributor of hospital products.
Lake Shore Bank selectedGreenHouse Communications, Chicago, as its agency of record.
Rhea & Kaiser Advertising, Naperville, was named agency of record for Van den Bergh Foods Co.
Commerce Clearing House, a publisher of tax and business law information, selected Fairman, Schmidt & Cappelli, Chicago, as its agency.
Fuji Film Graphic Systems Division hired Marin/Lovell, Chicago, to create an image campaign to build awareness of Fuji Film and its divisions.
First Federal Savings Bank of Indiana selected Griffin & Boyle, Chicago, to kick off an ad and direct marketing campaign.
E.H. Brown, Chicago, was named agency of record for Chemical Waste Management and the consumer coatings group of Valspar Corp.
The Gallery of Homes named Norton, Rubble & Mertz, Chicago, as its agency for all print, TV, and radio advertising.
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