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Tom, Dick & Harry/Chicago picks up three new clients and expands space

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Tom, Dick & Harry Advertising/Chicago has added three clients to its roster, quite a feat in these tough times. TD&H has been retained as advertising agency of record for Roosevelt University. This comes on the heels of the development and launch of a multi-media campaign to support the announcement and construction of Roosevelt's new 32-story vertical campus in the loop.

The agency also is launching a new branding campaign for Premier Dermatology, Illinois' largest dermatology practice and one of the nation's largest. According to Premier exec Corky Bellile, the new campaign will "focus on helping consumers understand the difference between the so-called med spas and an organization like Premier, which has a practicing staff comprised of board-certified dermatologists." The campaign breaks late summer.

Finally, TD&H has been added to the agency roster of Lincolnshire-based ACCO Brands Corp., a supplier of office products. "We are delighted to be working with an agency with the creative horsepower that TD&H brings to the table," said Katherine Riley, a brand manager at Swingline, a unit of ACCO.

According to Don Brashears, TD&H co-managing partner, the year 2010 is turning into the best year in the agency's eight-year history. The agency is preparing to occupy 5,000 square feet of additional space at its current location in River North.

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Premier Dermatology? Roosevelt? Acco? Is TDH an agency or a group of freelancers?

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