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Bozell buys Seattle shop Hammerquist

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Bozell's Seattle office acquired Seattle creative shop Hammerquist &Halverson. Bozell Seattle president Pete Hatt said H&H's staff of 20 will be combined with his shop, bringing the new agency to 85 employees with $75 million in billings. Fred Hammerquist, partner in the shop, becomes executive creative director, working withBozell's executive creative director, Mary Knight. H&H partner LindaHalverson becomes director of business development at the combined shop. Carole Kitchell, Bozell's business development director, was promoted to assistant general manager. The agency's clients include Hewlett-Packard Co., FreeShop.com, PhotoWorks.com and The Governor's Commission on Early Learning. H&H's client lists includes Diadora Soccer, Nordstrom Rack and Tegic Communications. Mr. Hatt said the merger, which augments Bozell's talent pool, does not result in any conflicts.

Copyright April 2000, Crain Communications Inc.

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