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Incumbent Grey, 4 S.F. Shops Compete for Sun-Maid Raisins By Daniel S. Levin

PLEASANTON, CALIF. - The lines Mary Stuart Masterson delivered as she methodically picked the raisins out of a bowl of tapioca in the MG

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In addition to incumbent Grey, the invitation-only review includes Goldberg Moser O’Neill; Goodby, Berlin & Silverstein; Hal Riney & Partners and Young & Rubicam, all of S.F.
Growers vp/marketing Frank Ferraris said the move was intended ‘to insure we have the strongest creative.’ Sun-Maid is looking for ways to capitalize on the equity built into the brand since it was introduced in 1912.

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