More NewsRizzuti Beckman & Lyman Lands jobs.com Account

Rizzuti Beckman & Lyman Lands jobs.com Account

Dallas-based jobs.com , formerly Resumail Network, has hiredRizzuti Beckman & Lyman as its advertisingagency of record to launch a $10 to 15 million advertising campaign promotingthe new jobs.com Web site.

Dallas-based jobs.com, formerly Resumail Network, has hired Rizzuti Beckman & Lyman as its advertising agency of record to launch a $10 to 15 million advertising campaign promoting the new jobs.com Web site.

Rizzuti, founded in 1992, worked with Resumail on a project basis during 1998, producing radio commercials and outdoor billboards. The 1999 jobs.com campaign will consist of spot and national radio, cable and local TV, local and national newspaper, direct mail and outdoor advertising.

The agency’s client roster includes GoldMine Software, Symantec Corp. (Internet Tools Division), Trax Software, Model Office and collegestudent.com.

Privately held jobs.com connects job seekers and employers by providing tools to produce, retrieve and track professional resumes delivered via the Internet.

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