Spin the Agencies of Record

Boingo Wireless, a software and services provider for the wireless industry, has chosen Weber Shandwick as its AOR after a competitive review. Work began earlier this year. The firm is providing marketing support and strategic PR counsel.

Juniper Networks is switching its global AOR from Weber Shandwick to Edelman. The Holmes Report says the value of the business is about $2 million. Weber had been handling the Juniper business since 2009. There was no formal review of the account.

Silicon Graphics International has chosen Ogilvy PR as its AOR. The firm will raise the company’s brand awareness in international markets. SGI is a computing, storage, and service company.

Karwoski & Courage Public Relations has added three new clients to its roster. The firm will provide media relations for A-dec Dental Equipment. It has also teamed with its in-house advertising partner Martin|Williams Advertising to work with agricultural equipment manufacturer Kinze Manufacturing. And the firm will spread the word about the benefits expertise at the law firm of Felhaber, Larson, Fenlon & Vogt, which recently merged with another firm.

R&J Public Relations has been chosen as AOR to iPlay America and Encore Event Center. Both companies are based in New Jersey. iPlay and Encore are a new family entertainment and banquet space with a 4D movie theater, indoor go-karts, and more.

The Castle Group has added three clients to its roster: Pete and Gerry’s Organic Eggs; FutureM, a Boston marketing, media, and technology event taking place in September; and Next Generation Insurance Group.