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The saga of the $4.6 million San Antonio Convention & Visitors Bureau advertising account has finally ended with victory for Bromley Communications.

“The city voted that it was time for change and we won based on our marketing expertise,” said the winning agency’s chairman, Ernest Bromley.

The city council’s vote brought the 18-year tenure of The Center for the Persuasive Arts, formerly The Atkins Agency, to an end.

Only two other San Antonio shops, Bromley and Inventiva, pitched the account.

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