Cushman Seeks New Shop

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One of the last clients to abandon Ally & Gargano before the New York shop collapsed is searching for a new ad agency.
Real estate and financial services firm Cushman & Wakefield here has put its ad account in review, a company representative said. The client has been creating ads in-house since late 1995, when Ally closed its doors following a disastrous series of account losses that started in February of that year.
The representative declined to disclose the size of the account.

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