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Kirkpatrick and Associates.

Merging Ad People

If you're calling on Little Rock's Kirkpatrick and Associates, don't become confused if someone answers the phone "Kirkpatrick and Williams." Dan Kirkpatrick and Kirby Williams have worked together for four years at the agency where Williams is a creative director, but the two have operated a Hot Springs agency called Kirkpatrick and Williams since July of 1988.

The Hot Springs and Little Rock agencies have been separate, but now will become one under the name Kirkpatrick and Williams with a total of 10 employees. Kirkpatrick says Williams deserves the honor and his banking background will help with the agency's financial accounts such as OneBank.

Williams worked for years at Arkansas Bank and Trust and says that his name on the door might give him more credibility with the financial accounts.
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Title Annotation:advertising agency
Publication:Arkansas Business
Date:Jan 7, 1991
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