Grey and Lexmark part company

- Grey Advertising in the US has parted company with its Lexmark International client over what are described in a statement as "creative differences".

- Grey Advertising in the US has parted company with its Lexmark International client over what are described in a statement as "creative differences".

Grey has handled the estimated $25 million account for around three years. It is understood that Lexmark, which manufactures and develops printers and printing products, will begin its search for a new advertising agency early in 1999.







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