• Steak 'n Shake
    Steak 'n Shake placed creative chores on its $17 million advertising account in review. Young & Laramore previously handled the account two years ago.
  • SolutionSet - Performance Bicycle
    SolutionSet was tapped by Performance Bicycle to be its direct and digital marketing partner. The company will provide Performance Bicycle with database management and catalog marketing services.
  • Unilever - Ogilvy & Mather
    Ogilvy & Mather was awarded additional work for Unilever, this time corporate brand development chores. Fallon previously handled the work.
  • KFC Houston Advertising Co-op - LevLane
    KFC Houston Advertising Co-op named LevLane as its advertising agency of record. The incumbent was J&A Integrated Thinking. A $2.5 million budget will go to TV, radio, digital, print and outdoor elements, with first programs due to launch in January. LevLane manages seven other KFC regional co-op accounts.
  • Chrysler - Doner
    Chrysler tapped Doner to handle its dealer and retail advertising account, worth an estimated $500 million. Fallon previously handled work for Chrysler, but resigned the account to work on Cadillac.
  • Reckitt Benckiser - Euro RSCG Worldwide
    Reckitt Benckiser named Euro RSCG Worldwide as its global creative agency of record for its Durex and Scholl brands. This news follows RB's recent acquisition of SSL and the addition of these brands to the company's portfolio. Euro RSCG was appointed the sole global creative agency for RB in 2006.
  • Mullen - Fage
    Mullen was named U.S. agency of record for Fage Greek yogurt. Mullen will handle strategic brand planning, creative development, media planning and buying and digital marketing duties. Ogilvy & Mather previously handled the account.
  • El Pollo Loco
    El Pollo Loco placed its $20 million advertising account in review.
  • Plimoth Plantation - Genuine Interactive
    Plimoth Plantation tapped Genuine Interactive to design and build a new Web site for the museum.
  • Research in Motion
    Research in Motion, maker of the BlackBerry, parted ways with its agency, Leo Burnett, and placed its advertising account in review.
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