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BARILOCHE, ARGENTINA: Joining race participants in Patagonia during Discovery Communications' Discovery Channel Eco-Challenge: Argentina were representatives from Discovery Channel advertisers (from l.): Tim Spengler, senior VP-general manager, Western Initiative Media; Chuck Fruit, VP-director, media and marketing assets, Coca-Cola Co.; Bill McGowan, exec VP-advertising sales, Discovery Communications; Anne MacDonald, managing director, global consumer, Citibank; and Phil Kelley, executive manager, retail marketing support, American Isuzu Motors.

KEY WEST, FLA.: Times Mirror Magazines' Yachting Magazine offered event sponsors a roost close to the action-aboard the yacht Trilogy-during the recent 2000 GMC Yukon Yachting Key West Race Week. Pausing during a day of sizing up the competitors are (from l.): Randolph Charles, president, Times Mirror Marine Group; David Meyers, president-CEO, Remy Amerique; Arti Meyers; and Kenny Wooton, editor in chief, Yachting.

LOS ANGELES: Road & Track hosted a reception last month for advertisers during the Greater Los Angeles Auto Show Charity Preview Night. Attendees included (from l.): John Driscoll, western advertising manager, Road & Track; Rick Shinkle, Los Angeles region service process consultant, Toyota Motor Sales USA; Debbie Driscoll; and Sal Berarcesco, Los Angeles region support manager, Toyota.

LOS ANGELES: The Asian American Advertising & Public Relations Alliance sponsored a presentation on new research trends in the Asian-American market at Empress Pavilion. Speakers included (from l.): Bill Ziff-Levin, managing director, Data & Management Counsel; Polly Kleissas, VP-account services, and Michael Halberstam, president, both of Interviewing Service of America; and John McKay, senior VP, Data & Management Counsel.

LOS ANGELES: E! Online Editor in Chief Lew Harris (l.) congratulates actor Brendan Fehr at the Key Club during E! Online's Sizlin Sixteen 2000 party to honor up-and-coming young actors. Mr. Fehr is featured on "Roswell."

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