January 25, 1991 |
Admarketing has suddenly picked up a closetful of new business. On Thursday the Los Angeles agency won a big chunk of the $30-million Ross Stores off-price clothing ad business as well as the $2-million broadcast ad account for the Kids Mart discount chain. Los Angeles-based Western International Media formerly purchased broadcast time for Ross Stores, although the clothing chain has created most of its ads. Italia & Associates, also in Los Angeles, handled advertising for Kids Mart.
January 31, 1995 |
Parent of Silo Electronics Stores Picks L.A. Agency: Michigan-based Fretter Inc. selected Admarketing of Los Angeles to handle advertising for its retail electronics stores, which operate under the Silo name in the west. Billings weren't disclosed, but are believed to range between $60 million and $80 million.
December 7, 1988 |
For more than a year, the Los Angeles agency Admarketing has been telling consumers that HomeClub is the lowest priced home improvement chain. Well, the ad firm is about to change its story--it dropped HomeClub on Tuesday and picked up the ad business of the company's much larger archrival, Home Depot.
October 27, 1988 |
For the second time in the past year, the Japanese car maker Daihatsu has fired a Los Angeles ad agency and put its $10-million advertising business up for grabs. On Wednesday, the U.S. importer of low-priced, compact cars fired the ad agency Admarketing, which had handled the account for less than six months.
May 23, 1991 |
Philadelphia-based Pep Boys on Wednesday awarded its estimated $40-million advertising business to the Los Angeles agency Admarketing. Those goofy ads featuring familiar caricatures of Pep Boys' three founders--which have been used since the chain started 70 years ago--will soon be a thing of the past. "Manny, Moe and Jack are still at the heart of our culture," said Fred Stampone, senior vice president at Pep Boys, in reference to the three deceased founders.
November 22, 1991 |
In a move with little precedent, Jack Roth, president of the successful Los Angeles ad agency Admarketing, has taken on the additional duties of co-chairman and co-chief executive of one of his agency's largest clients, C&R Clothiers. Roth will share the chairman's title with Paul S. Reisbord, who founded C&R 20 years ago. C&R is by far the largest off-price men's clothing chain in California. An estimated 20% of all men's tailored clothing sold in the Los Angeles market is from C&R.