Leo Burnett's Technology Unit Enjoying S.F.

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Leo Burnett Technology Group is experiencing its own gold rush since opening a San Francisco office last August.
The technology unit of Chicago-based Leo Burnett had aimed to hit $14 million in billings by the end of 1999, but instead reached $65 million, according to president Robert Ahearn.
One of the largest new accounts is CarStation.com, a $15 million piece of business the agency landed in November. CarStation is an auto repair e-commerce portal that allows end-users to track claims, estimates, parts and service.

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