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MILWAUKEE - Long-standing ties to Philip Morris subsidiary Kraft General Foods may have helped Marti, flores, Prieto &" />

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Marti, Flores, Prieto & Wachtel Lands Miller's Hispanic Account By Steve Krajewski and Jim Kir

MILWAUKEE - Long-standing ties to Philip Morris subsidiary Kraft General Foods may have helped Marti, flores, Prieto &

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The agency, based in suburban Chicago, is a division of the MFP&W Group headquartered in Puerto Rico, and has handled Hispanic advertising for KGF for the past 20 years. MFP&W was apparently a late entrant in the review for the business. San Antonio, Texas-based shop Inventia, and New York contenders The Bravo Group and Font & Vaamonde came up short in the pitch.
MFP&W’s ties to Miller Brewing Co.

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