Agency News

ARIZONA
Winward Cooley in Phoenix has renewed its contract with the Arizona Department of Transportation to produce an annual customer satisfaction survey for the next five years. The agency was also awarded a $400,000 contract by the Arizona Department of Health Services for a statewide multimedia campaign promoting sexual abstinence until marriage.
COLORADO
The creative services division of Carl Thompson Associates in Louisville has designed a new corporate logo for ScrubDud, a Boulder-based retailer and wholesale supplier of scrubs for the medical community.
NORTHERN CALIFORNIA
Brain Surgery Advertising, San Francisco, has picked up ad duties for ACS Software and Chorus Communications, as well as two more assignments from the business communications unit of international systems company Siemens AG.
OREGON
INS Advertising in Portland was selected to design and produce marketing and collateral materials for the Southern Pacific Funding Corp. in Lake Oswego.
Schiedermayer & Associates, an integrated marketing company in Westlake Village, Calif., plans to open an office in Portland next month to service its two clients there: The Boyd Coffee Co. and Reser’s Fine Foods. Kathy Stephenson, formerly a marketing executive at The Clorox Co., will head the office.
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
RiechesBaird Advertising in Irvine has been retained by QuickStart Technologies to design a logo with a positioning line and develop direct mail pieces for QuickStart’s training courses.
Huennekens Quinn & Talcott has retained The Roxburgh Agency in Costa Mesa to oversee marketing communications for HQT Homes, its new planned neighborhood in Alta Vista South, Placentia.
Chicago-based Davidson Marketing has opened a satellite office, DMI-West, in Los Angeles. The office will service existing clients, cultivate new West Coast business and maintain alliances with entertainment marketers.
Lidak Pharmaceuticals selected the medical/healthcare marketing communications agency BGMHealth Communications in Los Angeles as its agency of record.