Alexander Ogilvy Closes in Dallas

Alexander Ogilvy Public Relations has closed its 18-person office here, citing softened spending among its mainly high-tech clientele.

The Dallas office’s clients in-cluded e-Rewards, Netpliance, Ineto and Managed Storage. Fee income in 1999 was more than $2 million.

Dean Trevelino, executive vice president of Alexander Ogilvy in Atlanta, said that the closure was part of a company-wide restructuring of Ogilvy & Mather’s technology public relations practice.

The technology division of Ogilvy Public Relations has been combined under the brand banner of Alexander Ogilvy, an agency which was acquired in 1998.

According to Trevelino, in the nine other U.S.

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