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The familiar blue and yellow logo of Blockbuster Entertainment is starting to draw a crowd of agencies, with several large unidentified shops engaged in informal meetings" />

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Sounds like Blockbuster By Michael McCarth

The familiar blue and yellow logo of Blockbuster Entertainment is starting to draw a crowd of agencies, with several large unidentified shops engaged in informal meetings

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The account, handled in-house, bills $8 million, but should grow substantially next year after the parent company breaks out Blockbuster Music as its own business unit. Agency sources said the kitty could be much larger, however, as they sense a chance to pitch the whole $100-million ad account, the bulk of which is handled by Bernstein-Rein/Kansas City.

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