Agency News

The Kotchen Group in West Hartford has been named public relations agency of record for CCA Industries, a mass marketer of health and beauty products in East Rutherford, N.J. The shop will promote the Hair Off and Sudden Change brands.
Deep River Interactive in Portland has agreed to provide interactive media services to Swardlick Marketing Group, also in Portland. Deep River will continue to operate as an independent entity.
Warner Public Relations in Manchester-by-the-Sea has been tapped as agency of record for the Aurum Network and Salem State College. Both accounts were won without a review.
Barrett Communications in Cambridge has completed an ad for Graham Gund Architects, also in Cambridge, promoting the client’s work for Taft School. Additionally, the agency has been retained by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s Licensing Office in Cambridge to fashion a brochure introducing the office to various audiences; the Massachusetts Interactive Media Council to create its call for entries for the third consecutive year; and Summa Four in Manchester, N.H.
Shapiro Music in Boston has completed its first movie score for Game Day, which will debut later this year.
Cambridge Design Group in Andover has been hired by the following clients: Lucent Technologies, Concord; Starburst Communications, Concord; Workgroup Technology in Lexington; New Hope Fitness, Amherst, N.H.; and Cryo Industries of America, Atkinson, N.H.
Pierce-Cote Advertising in Osterville has been named agency of record by The Harborside Inn on Martha’s Vineyard. The shop recently completed a four-color brochure for the client.
Interactive Media Solutions in Hingham has created a Web site for personal introduction service The Right One, also in Hingham.
Ciavarra Design in Boston has received awards from How and Print Magazines and the American Institute of Graphic Artists in recognition of work for longtime client PictureTel Corp.
Park Place Presentations in Newton has changed its name to Park Place Inc.
Irma S. Mann, Strategic Marketing recently won 26 advertising and three public relations awards at the Adrian and Golden Bell Awards in New York.
Needham Children’s Museum has tapped Janis R. Daly Marketing in Norfolk to create a billboard to announce its opening.
Boston-based Strategic Events International recently was given the Meeting Professionals International 1997 Global Paragon award for meeting excellence.
LoConte Goldman Design in Boston has created and produced the logo design, bumpers, action window and promo end page for The Secrets of World War II, a series running on the History Channel.
Medical marketing firm Lehman Millet has moved its headquarters from Summer Street to Canal Street in Boston.