Minneapolis: Libby Schmid Sullivan, production artist in the FAME division of Martin/Williams, gets a pre-schooler from a Salvation Army community center ready for Halloween. More than 50 children were treated to a party at the agency.
Parsippany, N.J.: Winning foursome at AT&T's annual Steven A. Cox Charity Classic included (from l.) Bob Forbes, president, Forbes FYI; Nancy Telliho, sales rep, Newsweek; George Burnett, VP of marketing services, AT&T; and Dave Long, publisher, Sports Illustrated. The event is named for a former AT&T ad manager who died of cancer in 1991 at the age of 32.
San Francisco: Anne Lewnes (c.), director of worldwide advertising, Intel Corp., featured speaker at the annual fall luncheon of the San Francisco Magazine Representatives Association, poses with (from l.) Allison Richards print manager, Intel; Bill Murray, sales rep for Newsweek and SFMRA president; Larry Kerr, media relations manager, Intel; and Tony Pribyl, sales rep for Men's Health.
Chicago: To emphasize that the coolest ideas will come home to roost at Chicago Direct Marketing Days Feb. 21 and 22, members of the Chicago Association of Direct Marketing committee planning the event gathered at Lincoln Park Zoo, toting their own penguins to make their point. From left: Shelly Soble, president, Creative Benefits; Mike Colucci, VP, Donnelley Marketing; and consultant Barbara Dolan.
Detroit: Bob Shapiro (c.), senior VP-product management and marketing for the Polk Co., which presented the Advertising Age conference on Customer Loyalty, joins speakers William G. Murphy (l.), senior VP-director, Meredith Custom Publishing, and Michael Duffy, director of database marketing, Blockbuster Corp. The second conference is scheduled for Los Angeles on Nov. 15.