ANTI-DRUG GROUP NAMES ROY BOSTOCK CHAIRMAN

Replaces Jim Burke at Partnership for a Drug-Free America

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WASHINGTON (AdAge.com) -- Former Bcom3 Group Chairman Roy Bostock will take over as chairman of the Partnership for a Drug-Free America Dec. 1 when the current chairman, Jim Burke, becomes chairman emeritus.

Mr. Burke, once chairman

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of Johnson & Johnson, has been the Partnership's chairman since 1988 and in August 2000 was awarded the President's Medal of Freedom for leadership in the public and private sector.

Mr. Bostock's appointment follows the April naming of BBDO Worldwide Chairman-CEO Allen Rosenshine as the Partnership's vice chairman and executive creative director. Stephen Pasierb is the group's president-CEO.

The White House Office of National Drug Control Policy administers the National Youth Anti-Drug Media Campaign, which aims to prevent first-time illicit drug use among the nation's youth. It is the largest media campaign run by the federal government. The Partnership handles most of the creative for the drug office's campaign.

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