SAN FRANCISCO--Sources here said last week they expected Reebok International to award its $1-3-million regional account to Goodby, Berlin &" /> GBS expected to walk off with Reebok regional account <b>By Daniel S. Levin</b><br clear="none"/><br clear="none"/>SAN FRANCISCO--Sources here said last week they expected Reebok International to award its $1-3-million regional account to Goodby, Berlin &
SAN FRANCISCO--Sources here said last week they expected Reebok International to award its $1-3-million regional account to Goodby, Berlin &" />
SAN FRANCISCO--Sources here said last week they expected Reebok International to award its $1-3-million regional account to Goodby, Berlin &" />

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GBS expected to walk off with Reebok regional account By Daniel S. Levin

SAN FRANCISCO--Sources here said last week they expected Reebok International to award its $1-3-million regional account to Goodby, Berlin &

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Dave Fogelson, spokesperson for the Stoughton, Mass.-based athletic footwear manufacturer, would confirm only that the region had made a recommendation to Dave Ropes, Reebok’s vp of marketing services worldwide. He said no announcement will be made until all regional agencies are chosen. That could delay final decisions by 30 days, according to Fogelson, as Reebok gives its new domestic and international agency, Leo Burnett Co.,

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