Florida rehires Anson Stoner for HIV/AIDS work

TALLAHASSEE, FL: Florida's Department of Health has rehired Anson Stoner to provide PR support for several HIV/AIDS and hepatitis observance events targeting the state's African-American and Hispanic populations.

TALLAHASSEE, FL: Florida's Department of Health has rehired Anson Stoner to provide PR support for several HIV/AIDS and hepatitis observance events targeting the state's African-American and Hispanic populations.

The one-year contract is worth $1.2 million to $1.3 million, according to the RFP.

The firm previously launched the “Faces of HIV” mobile art exhibit and video series for the “We Make the Change" campaign. The exhibit tells the stories of Florida residents living with HIV and AIDS through portraits, interviews, and journal writing.

The firm is excited about the renewal, said Tom Macaluso, VP and creative director at Anson Stoner. It has held the contract for 11 years.

A state representative did not return request for comment.

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