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DHL Express Rushes Account Into Review By Daniel S. Levin

SAN FRANCISCO - Ketchum here has turned in the keys to the flying van and resigned the $8-million DHL Worldwide Express account after failing to reach an a

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The Redwood City, Calif.-based air express company said it will immediately launch a review in the hopes of having a new agency on board by the end of the year.
International Communications Group/L.A. will continue to buy media for DHL, and Mediasmith/S.F. will continue to perform media planning. DHL said it has been in discussions with consultant Mike Agate of Select Resources/L.A.

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