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MIAMI, FL -- (Marketwired) -- 10/03/13 -- In the news release, "Luxury Real Estate and Hospitality Ad Agency LGD Communications, With Offices in Miami and Manhattan, Announces New Partner in Dubai," issued yesterday by LGD Communications, we are advised by the company that the third sentence of the fourth paragraph should include "residential real estate (over $25-$30 billion of it)" rather than "residential real estate (over $2 billion of it)" as originally issued, among some other minor edits. Complete corrected text follows.

Luxury Real Estate and Hospitality Ad Agency LGD Communications, With Offices in Miami and Manhattan, Announces New Partner in Dubai

MIAMI, FL -- Oct 2, 2013 -- LGD Communications, South Florida's leading luxury residential real estate advertising agency, announces a partnership with Dubai-based real estate marketing agency RUYA. As LGD / RUYA, the two firms are joining forces to leverage their respective market expertise, combined international resources and cumulative knowledge of marketing real estate to the affluent, worldwide.

LGD is owned and operated by Len Dugow, whose name is most often associated with the marketing of high-end residential real estate in the Miami area, Manhattan and beyond.

"When you absolutely positively want success, you hire the best full-service creative ad agency in town. You hire Len Dugow & LGD," says Greg Freedman principal of real estate development firm, BH3. "The key is knowledge and experience of the business, the process, and where today's international buyers are coming from and how to reach them. Len's LGD team gets it. He educates and leads you, not the other way around."

Specializing in luxury marketing, LGD boasts a client list that reads like a Who's Who in hospitality and residential real estate. The roster includes multiple flags for Spanish hospitality giant Meliá Hotels International, as well as distinctive boutique hotels like Z Ocean and The Sagamore on South Beach. Then, there is residential real estate (over $25-$30 billion of it), comprising developments from Portofino Tower to Icon Brickell, to Trump Hollywood, to current projects such as Privé Residences, Panama's Trump Ocean Club, and Marina Palms Yacht Club & Residences.

Partner Suhail Nazir of RUYA has over 14 years of real estate and investment experience in the Middle East and India and has worked on various projects with leading developers such as: Emaar, Damac, Msheireb, DLF, ABIL, Thani Holding, First Qatar, ETA, Raheja, Paras, Maison, and National Holding. For more of Nazir's work visit, www.ruyame.com.

RUYA/LGD is proud to announce its first development project as "Agency of Record" for the Sanjay Kakade Group (SKG) and has begun work on the developer's Kalyani Nagar project in Pune, India. The two agencies will work together on deliverables, including everything from strategy & brand development to collateral & digital outreach. "There are many advantages to our alliance, for us and for our clients," says Suhail. "Our agency model is centered around the customer and their journey, putting their needs first and creating value. Together we offer end-to-end service capabilities that will enable brands to deliver the right experience in every channel."

"Our partnership strengthens our knowledge base, our resources and our ability to serve our clients," Dugow adds, "along with providing a more global reach."

Contact:
Nancy Cooper
LGD Communications, Inc.
(305)-576-9400
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