More NewsPayMyBills.com Account Goes to asher&partners

PayMyBills.com Account Goes to asher&partners

asher&partnersin Los Angeles has won a multi-million dollar account with the personal billmanagement service PayMyBills.com.

asher&partners in Los Angeles has won a multi-million dollar account with the personal bill management service PayMyBills.com.

The agency will represent PayMyBills.com, a, in all areas of advertising and marketing.

PayMyBills.com’s service allows consumers to receive, review and pay all their bills online. The fee-based service is venture-backed by idealab

“We are excited to be joining this dynamic Internet venture at the crucial early stages of its life as a business,” said Darryl Asher. “We look forward to creating a brand voice that will communicate PayMyBills.com’s exciting mission to eliminate the burden of bill paying from the lives of consumers and to getting the word out in a creative and effective manner.”

asher&partners has billings of about $120 million. Clients include American Suzuki Motor Corp., LEGOLAND/California, California Department of Health Services and NY-NY Hotel and Casino.

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