Agency News: Southeast

FLORIDA in Fort Lauderdale recently took home four prizes from the Golden Image Awards sponsored by the Florida Public Relations Association. The honors were given for the agency’s work on the Southern Regional Chess Championship, the LINC annual report, Sawgrass Mills Cyber Recycling and The Looking Glass newsletter.
The Fechtel Co. has picked John Heagney Public Relations, Holiday, to develop a program for its Turnbury Wood property.
St. John & Partners in Jacksonville has landed World Golf Village as a client.
Duane & Associates in Coral Gables has merged with Keyes Martin Gaby in Miami. The new entity will operate under the name Duane & Associates.
Peter James Design in Fort Lauderdale has added two new clients: Home Health, a distributor of therapeutic health beauty products, and RVP Health Savings Center, a mail order catalog.
Post Edge in Miami Beach has announced a merger agreement with Video Services Corp. in Northvale, N.J.
Cramer-Krasselt in Orlando has been retained by Fisherman’s Hospital in Marathon for a research and public relations project.
Dade International Chemistry Systems, Newark, Del., has chosen Ad-Tech Com-munications in Hollywood as its agency.
The Home Depot has retained Cohn & Wolfe in Atlanta to leverage its recently announced sponsorship of the United States Olympic and Paralympic teams as well as the 2002 Olympic Winter Games in Salt Lake City.
Tucker Federal Bank has awarded its advertising account to Kilgannon-McReynolds in Atlanta.
Duffey Communications in Atlanta has added Cox Interactive Media as a client.
Marketing Brain Trust has opened for business in Atlanta. The agency’s phone number is (404) 523-4800.
Opus Event Marketing in Richmond has been selected by Kayser-Roth Corp. to conduct a promotional campaign for No Nonsense Legwear in Atlanta through the end of this month.