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RadioShack sees stock jump on investment report

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Fort Worth firm awarded D/FW Airport marketing, advertising, PR contract

 

Concussion has landed two new accounts with Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport – the business-to-consumer marketing and advertising along with the public relations account.


Concussion is the first Fort Worth-based agency to be awarded the business-to-consumer marketing and advertising account.The company announced the contract Monday. 


“DFW International Airport is visited by about 60 million people annually and is on par financially with a Fortune 500® company,” said Allen Wallach, CEO and partner at Concussion. “By all measures, it is one of the biggest, highest profile accounts we’ve won in our client history. It is truly a testament to the quality of our team to have earned their business.”


Both contracts call for an initial three-year term, plus two, one-year options, and a combined $6.3 million budget for the initial term.
Concussion will be responsible for a wide range of communications services to promote and support D/FW Airport’s major product and service offerings including parking, new international routes, and passenger services such as customs programs.
 

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