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Marriott has reservations with FCB/Leber Katz By Alison Fahey and Michael McCarth

NEW YORK--Marriott Hotel, Resorts and Suites may be opening its doors to other agencies, letting them take a crack at the estimated

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One source close to the client said the division of Marriott Corp. has been considering new agencies and wouldn’t be surprised if Marriott looked elsewhere.
Another source said Marriott already has talked with at least one agency, Bloom FCA, and that those talks are ongoing.
Mike Hutter, Marriott’s director of national advertising, said, “We are solidly with FCB.”
He noted that Marriott marketers had recently had a meeting with another unidentified agency but it was due to personal relationships.

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