LONDON: Barbara Levy (2nd r.), president of the London International Advertising Awards, and LIAA VP Danielle Sterrie pose with some Buenos Aires winners at presentation ceremonies. From left: Jorge Martinez of Imagen & Communica tions (who accepted an award on behalf of Rainuzzo DDB); Flavio Faillace of Faillace & Assoc. Comunicacion; and Daniel Verdino of Verdino Bates.
NEW YORK: Michael Keeshan, president of Saatchi & Saatchi
Advertising, New York, accepts the Carl M. Loeb Jr. Award for Excellence from Mary Whyte, president of the National Crime
Prevention Council. The award, named for NCPC's founding president, cites Saatchi's 18 years as volunteer agency for the group, including creating the McGruff the Crime Dog character.
SCHAUMBURG, ILL.: At the annual conference of the Audit Bureau of Circulations were (from l.) Tom Neri, president-publisher, Pioneer Newspapers; Alec Gerster, exec VP-media services, Grey Advertising; Cindy Still, associate publisher, The Atlantic Monthly; and Janet Robinson, president, The New York Times.
NEW YORK: Steve Willie (l.) director of marketing, The Inn At Spanish Bay, Pebble Beach, Calif., accepts an award as best U.S. hotel from Travel & Leisure Editor in Chief Nancy Novogrod and VP-Publisher Ed Kelly. Winners were cho sen by the magazine's readers.
CHICAGO: At the Chicago showing of the Cannes Gala were Michael Conrad, co-chief creative officer, Leo Burnett Worldwide; Geoff Thompson, exec VP, Foote, Cone & Belding; Cheryl Berman, deputy chief creative officer, Leo Burnett USA; and John Brice, publisher of Advertising Age's Creativity.
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