SPRING HILL, TENN.: Hiroaki Tanaka (seated l.), president of Dai-Ichi Kikaku, and Donald Adler, president of Saturn Corp., got together at Saturn's headquarters here after Saturn selected the agency to handle its advertising in Japan. Wit h them (standing from l.) were George Doigami, marketing director, Saturn-Japan; Joseph Kennedy, VP-sales, service and marketing, Saturn U.S.; Keith Wicks, general director, Saturn-Japan; and Mark Detrick, general manager, Dai-Ichi Kikaku International.
CINCINNATI: Former presidential candidate Steve Forbes (2nd l.) CEO of Forbes Inc., delivered the opening address at Hensley Segal Rentschler's FutureFocus '96, discussing emerging trends in marketing. With him (from l.) are agency execut ives Michael Hensley, creative director; Richard A. Segal Jr., managing director; and Thomas B. Rentschler Jr., creative director.
COLORADO SPRINGS: Ray Johnson (c.), assistant VP-national and major account service, Nynex Information Resources, and Don Flanders, VP-sales for the Nynex unit, accept a Marketing Partner Award during the annual conference of the Associat ion of Directory Marketing. With them are Herb Gordon (l.), ADM's president-CEO; Dawn Ciers, managing partner in charge, BJK&E Media Group; and John Joseph, president, Ketchum Directory Advertising, and ADM chairman.
NEW YORK: Roger Mudd (r.), host of "History Alive" on the History Channel, on hand for the cable network's upfront presentation, welcomes Tom Szczepanski (l.), planning director, Messner Vetere Bayer McNamee Schmetterer, and Geoff Karch , VP-network negotiations, SFM. ctor; Richard A. Segal Jr., managing director; and Thomas B. Rentschler Jr., creative director.
NEW YORK: Garden Design began its third year with a party at The Four Seasons. Here (from l.) Joe Armstrong, publishing director, Meigher Communications, and singer Carly Simon meet with Chairman-CEO Chris Meigher and Paula Zahn of CBS News.