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Bromley Communications

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2005 Rating: 3 stars

THE ESSENCE: Publicis Groupe's 49%-owned Bromley Communications, San Antonio, pushed WPP Group's shrinking Bravo Group out of the top slot for biggest U.S. Hispanic agency after the 2004 merger of Miami-based Publicis Sanchez & Levitan into Bromley. Bromley took on former Publicis Sanchez & Levitan's biggest client, Nestle. Bromley doubled its Nestle team in 2005 as the food marketer added more brands including Nestle's Crunch, Juicy Juice and Nesquik ready-to-drink. Bromley also won new business from AstraZeneca and Coors Brewing Co.

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