$2 Million in New Business for Rogers in First Half
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$2 Million in New Business for Rogers in First Half

The Rogers Group added several national and regional clients to its roster in the first half of 2007, with total new fee income in excess of $2 million for the calendar year.

Paul Holmes

LOS ANGELES—The Rogers Group added several national and regional clients to its roster in the first half of 2007, with total new fee income in excess of $2 million for the calendar year. 

Year-to-date new client wins include 211 LA County (a referral service for health and human services); CaliforniaVolunteers (a state agency that promotes volunteerism); J. Paul Getty Trust; Junior Blind of America (assists the blind and visually impaired); Los Angeles Unified School District; Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles; Move.com (online resources for before, during and after a move); Park Fifth (a luxury condominium and hotel development in downtown Los Angeles); Public Storage (self-storage operator); SunCal Companies (a leading developer of masterplanned and mixed-use communities in the West); Watt Commercial Properties (real estate owner/developer/manager); and Whyville (online virtual village for young people).

Work for new private sector clients includes broad-based marketing support for companies such as Whyville, for which The Rogers Group targets tweens and parents, as well as business-to-business decision makers. For new government clients, the firm continues its work in social marketing, changing perceptions and behavior patterns.

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