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Nearly three months after a sweeping reorganization of its executive management group, AC&R Advertising/N.Y. acknowledged that it might be making a move out of i" />



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Nearly three months after a sweeping reorganization of its executive management group, AC&R Advertising/N.Y. acknowledged that it might be making a move out of i

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Steve Bennett, who was named president/ceo in the management revamp, confirmed that the agency is looking for new digs. “We’re scouting for space,” he said, adding that AC&R will not be merging any of its services with Backer Spielvogel Bates, whose Chrysler Building digs were rumored to be the agency’s destination.
But sources said last week that the speculation might not be too far off the mark.

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