Banyan wins $2.1m CDC contract

ATLANTA: The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention awarded Banyan Communications a contract to provide support for the "Communities Putting Prevention to Work" program, according to a federal filing.

ATLANTA: The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) awarded Banyan Communications a contract to provide support for the "Communities Putting Prevention to Work" program, according to a federal filing.

The Recovery Act contract, which was made public August 26, is worth $2.1 million. The CDC hired AED and subcontractor Campbell-Ewald in July to develop a campaign for the program. 

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