Agency News

Manifesto Advertising in Rockford was selected to develop a multimedia presentation kiosk for Rockford Product Corp.

Montgomery Zukerman Davis in Indianapolis has been hired by the University of Indianapolis to handle promotion of its School for Adult Learning.

Thomas C. Porter & Associates in West Des Moines announced it will open an office in Orlando, Fla., to serve such clients as The Walt Disney Co. and Meredith Corp.
Zimmerman, Laurent & Richardson in Des Moines was named agency of record for the Double Eagle Hotel and Casino in Cripple Creek, Colo.

McCafferty & Co., Louisville, was chosen to develop media strategies and advertising for Goodwill Industries of Kentucky.

YH Communications in Grand Haven was selected to handle advertising for men’s apparel store Libin’s of Kalamazoo.

Periscope in Minneapolis was named agency of record for the Twin Cities’ Metro Transit, which operates bus services under authority of the Metropolitan Council.
Kerker Marketing Communications in Minneapolis was named agency of record for The St. Paul Hotel and will handle marketing and internal communications training. The shop was also named agency for Gelco Information Network, a provider of outsourced management services.
Dillon Advertising and Public Relations in Minneapolis was chosen as agency of record for four new clients: ViA Inc., a marketer of flexible, wearable computers; Intelispan, a provider of computer network-enabled services; Med Management, a pharmacy management services provider; and Citizens Community Federal Credit Union.

The University of Kansas-Edwards Campus in Overland Park, Kan., named NKH&W in Kansas City as its agency of record.
Fuse in St. Louis was named agency of record for Care Partners.

Kahler & Co. in Omaha was named agency of record for ECOM Worldwide and for Stauffer Biotech.

CM Direct, Columbus, was hired by Lexis-Nexis to create a direct marketing program.

Image Makers Advertising in Waukesha was selected to handle advertising for the Lighting Gallery of Pewaukee.
H2D in Milwaukee added corporate image management assignments from five companies: Cutler Hammer; Christine Kempter Skin Care; Marquette University; The O’Connor Co.; and Wisconsin Asset Management.