Carmichael Lynch celebrates 50th anniversary

The Minneapolis advertising agency's employees and clients marked the milestone Friday. Carmichael Lynch is ranked one of the top Twin Cities agencies with 200 employees and more than $40 million in revenue.
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The Minneapolis advertising agency's employees and clients marked the milestone Friday. Carmichael Lynch is ranked one of the top Twin Cities agencies with 200 employees and more than $40 million in revenue.

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