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Valvoline Co. plans to pick the week of the 16th between Lowe & Partners/SMS, New York, and Cramer-Krasselt and Euro RSCG Tatham, both Chicago, for its $25 million account, resigned by Bozell Worldwide, New York.

Midas International is looking for a new VP-marketing after David Lush left the company.

Publishers Information Bureau reported magazine advertising pages were up just 1.3% to 31,400.99 pages for January and February.

American Family Publishers reached a settlement with attorneys general from 32 states and the District of Columbia in which it will pay each state $50,000, while also agreeing to certain standards for future mailings.

BMW of North America launches the new convertible version of its M3 roadster in a $3 million print push breaking the week of the 16th, with ads from Fallon McElligott, Minneapolis.

Copyright March 1998, Crain Communications Inc.

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