ACG Wins Two New Accounts

Torrance, CA based American Communications Group (ACG) has won two new accounts:

Michael's, the arts and crafts retailer has committed to a 36-time preprint program. Michael's currently uses some Hispanic print properties (El Heraldo of Brownsville, TX; and Impacto USA) to advertise and is interested in continuing their Hispanic print program.

Lovitz is a home furnishings retailer with locations all along the West Coast, and in NY/NJ. They have committed to a 39-time preprint plan and ROP advertising. Hispanic allocation is still uncertain.

American Communications Group (ACG). ACG also buys print media for Factory T stores, Armstrong Garden Centers, JC Penney, Dollar Tree, and Petco, as well as Long's Drugstores. To get Portada's Online Directory with detailed contact information of more than 1,000 Leading Agency and Marketing/Advertising decision makers, please click here.

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