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NEW YORK - The other shoe on Johnson & Johnson's agency realignment has started to drop. And " />
NEW YORK - The other shoe on Johnson & Johnson's agency realignment has started to drop. And " />

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Advanswers Wins 'Print Coordination' In Johnson & Johnson Shuffle By Cathy Taylor with Rich Brunelli and Eric Schmuckle

NEW YORK - The other shoe on Johnson & Johnson's agency realignment has started to drop. And

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Two weeks ago, the New Brunswick, N.J.-based healthcare concern stated that it would move its ‘print coordination’ assignment from Young & Rubicam/N.Y. to St. Louis-based Advanswers, starting with January 1994 publications. Y&R, which also handles the TV buying assignment for J&J, lost its remaining J&J creative assignments in the July realignment of brands (ADWEEK, July 26).
Johnson & Johnson vp/advertising Pete Tyrell downplayed the shift of the Young & Rubicam assignment, which is essentially for print buying.

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