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DETROIT FREE PRESS APPOINTS AD AGENCY

 DETROIT FREE PRESS APPOINTS AD AGENCY
 DETROIT, Aug. 19 /PRNewswire/ -- The Berline Group, an advertising


and public relations firm located in Birmingham, Mich., has been chosen by the Detroit Free Press to provide a full range of agency services to the newspaper. The announcement was made today by Neal Shine, publisher of the Free Press.
 Berline will serve as marketing partner with the Free Press in developing short- and long-range strategies for marketing, advertising and sales promotion. Berline's diverse client list includes the Greater Detroit Chevy Dealers, BoRics, Chef's Secret, Wendy's, Citizens Insurance, Total Health Care and WKBD-TV (Ch. 50). Annual billings exceed $32.5 million.
 This announcement came after a two-month review of local advertising agencies by the Detroit Free Press and the Detroit Newspaper Agency.
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 /CONTACT: Suzanne Miles of the Detroit Newspaper Agency, 313-222-6680/ CO: Detroit Free Press; Detroit Newspaper Agency; The Berline Group ST: Michigan IN: PUB ADV SU:


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