Agency News: Eastern

The Caribbean Coalition for Tourism has chosen Trombone Associates, New York, to provide the print component of its $4 million advertising campaign.
The Department of the Future, a year-old TBWA International unit based in Amsterdam and devoted to trend tracking, is relocating to New York. The department will supply information to TBWA Chiat/Day North America and its clients, as well as the agency’s global offices. The four-person unit is led by Ira Matathia and Marian Salzman.
Farago+Partners, New York, was selected agency for the MeetingPoint videoconferencing product of White Pine Software in Nashua, N.H.
General Physiotherapy has appointed the Turk Group, Elmsford, the advertising and marketing partner for its Senuva and Penecine consumer products.
Paul Goldsmith, former vice chairman of McCaffrey and McCall and president of Rumrill-Hoyt, and Joseph Dell’Aquila, former executive vice president of DeWitt Media and Bates Worldwide, have formed Goldsmith-Dell’Aquila, a consulting firm for clients in Glen Rock. The company specializes in advertising agency searches, compensation and performance evaluations.
Ricci Associates, Marlton, has added three accounts to its client roster: Devault Foods, Haddonfield Plays & Players and Lenders Express.
The Delaware Valley division of Pulte Homes Corp. has contracted Oxford Communications, Lambertville, to handle public relations in the Philadelphia area.
QLM Marketing in Princeton was assigned two retail-oriented marketing projects by BellSouth, which serves nine Southeastern states. QLM also has offices in Atlanta, Chicago and Phoenix.
Innovative Solutions, a Bryn Mawr-based company that offers holistic health programs, and Romano & Associates in Jamison, an organization that plans corporate meetings and special events, have become clients of Pat Burns & Co., which is located in Haverford.
Earle Palmer Brown, Philadelphia, has won a five-month public relations assignment from Primestar, the satellite TV entertainment service in Bala Cynwyd.
The Franklin Institute Science Museum has awarded its integrated advertising and promotion account to The Weightman Group, Philadelphia.