Health care giant Blue Shield of California last week began quietly inviting agencies to participate in a review for its $12-million ad account." /> Premium Comes Due <b>By Daniel S. Levin</b><br clear="none"/><br clear="none"/>Health care giant Blue Shield of California last week began quietly inviting agencies to participate in a review for its $12-million ad account.
Health care giant Blue Shield of California last week began quietly inviting agencies to participate in a review for its $12-million ad account." />
Health care giant Blue Shield of California last week began quietly inviting agencies to participate in a review for its $12-million ad account." />

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Health care giant Blue Shield of California last week began quietly inviting agencies to participate in a review for its $12-million ad account.

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In a confidential letter sent to selected agencies, Blue Shield said it has had a long-term relationship with Coleman & Christison, an S.F. shop. ‘Every relationship, however, can benefit from a review from time-to-time, and we have determined that now is the time for this one,’ the letter, which came into ADWEEK’s possession, read.
According to the letter, C&C has been invited to participate in the review.

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