Ogilvy Adds Five New Clients
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Ogilvy Adds Five New Clients

Ogilvy Public Relations Worldwide has added five new clients, with assignments ranging from association marketing to education.

Paul Holmes

WASHINGTON, D.C., March 18—Ogilvy Public Relations Worldwide has added five new clients, with assignments ranging from association marketing to education. 
 
Ogilvy PR’s new clients include:
    The Soap and Detergent Association (SDA) — Ogilvy PR is The Soap and Detergent Association’s agency of record and will assist SDA in its ongoing efforts to educate policymakers, the media and consumers about the safe, beneficial and proper use of cleaning products and their ingredients.
  • The United Way—Ogilvy will work with United Way of America to promote 211, an abbreviated phone dialing code, or shortcut, designed to link Americans seeking information about and referrals to basic health and human services.
  • American Society of Interior Designers—Ogilvy is supporting ASID in its efforts to develop a brand identity for an online resource of human behavior and design research, an interactive website that will place research at the fingertips of interior designers.   
  • National Center for Education Statistics—Ogilvy is continuing media support for NCES’ upcoming National Assessment of Educational Progress releases.
  • Kumon North America—The firm will work with Kumon to increase the visibility of the company on the Internet and on major commercial search engines.
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