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Which 15 Firms Made the Inc. 5000 List?

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First: a Happy Summer Friday to everyone.

We here at PRNewser don’t really like to facilitate competition among our friends and associates in the industry. And we don’t generally post on firms winning awards because, you know, that’s kind of your job.

You know what we do like, though? Lists. Everyone likes lists!

When it comes to businesses, a spot in the Inc. 5000 is like the “my kid is an honor student at X Middle School” bumper sticker you can put on your agency van to remind everyone that you’ve done a pretty good job as a parent. We get it — we once wrote those releases ourselves.

Since we’ve gotten a few emails about the newly released Inc. list for 2014, we figured we’d do a bit of reading and rank the firms that scored a spot in the (reverse) order in which they appear.

Not to encourage competition, remember…

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Spin the Agencies of Record

Silverpop, an email marketing company, has chosen Crenshaw Communications as its AOR. The firm will provide social media services, conduct media outreach, and raise awareness for the company’s execs.

Cramer-Krasselt‘s Chicago office has been chosen as advertising and PR AOR for Cedar Fair, a chain of regional amusement parks. The firm will work on branding, advertising, media buying, social media, and strategy. Work will debut in the spring.

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Spin the Agencies of Record

In today’s Spin the Agencies of Record, we have a couple of mouthwatering selections, some tech news, and urban renewal out West.

D.C. fresh food chain sweetgreen has chosen Cornerstone as its AOR as it branches into new markets. The firm will also work with the brand’s arts and music event, sweetlife Festival.

French/West/Vaughn is now AOR for Financial Insurance Management Corporation (FIMC), which provides membership-based benefits programs for credit unions and other groups.

The Horn Group has added three online businesses to its consumer tech roster: Answers.com, BuyWithMe, and YD Online.

Eataly, the New York City Italian food marketplace, has selected Susan Magrino Agency to promote in-store events. Eataly founders include Mario Batali (above) and Joe Bastianich.

The Denver Urban Renewal Authority has chosen Cohn Marketing as its AOR to work on (among other things) strategic planning, special events, and ongoing PR.