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TEQUILA/TBWA appointed to Westfield

For immediate release
Dated: Monday 4 December 2006

TEQUILA/TBWA appointed to Westfield

Westfield NZ has appointed TEQUILA\TBWA as their advertising agency and MediaR as their media agency effective from 1 January 2007.

Having been in NZ for almost 10 years Westfield is keen to adopt a new strategic advertising and media approach that will take us to the next level and retain our market leadership position.

We believe this can be better delivered by a more integrated medium sized advertising agency and TEQUILA\TBWA is a good fit for our business.

TEQUILA\TBWA currently boasts ASB Bank, Adidas, Bridgestone/Firestone Direct amongst their list of clients.

MediaR is our incumbent media agency and we are pleased to continue this very positive relationship.

We have enjoyed our previous relationship with Ideology and wish them well.

Ideology will cease as our agency on 31 Dec 2006.

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