SAN FRANCISCO: GQ, Visa and Bank of America hosted a reception at the Westin St. Francis Hotel on Union Square, in celebration of the promotion "Shop, Dine & Stay on the Most Famous Streets of America." Pictured (l. to r.): John Marks, president, San Francisco's Convention & Visitors Bureau; Richard Beckman, publisher, GQ; Carl Poscarella, president-CEO, Visa; and Rob Robins, exec VP, Visa.
NEW YORK: US sponsored the world premiere of the Miramax/Dimension film "Mimic," starring Mira Sorvino (r.). Pictured with Ms. Sorvino is Andrew Amill, publisher, US.
NEW YORK: Power & Motoryacht entertained clients at dinner following a boat ride aboard their company boat, Office Ours. Enjoying the sushi appetizers are (l. to r.): Chris Kelly, contributing editor and Don Malone, mid-Atlantic sales manager, Power & Motoryacht; Julie Richardson, manager, marketing services, Hatteras Yachts; Dave Branch, advertising director, Power & Motor-yacht; Kim Riley, account exec, BK&M Advertising; and John Bean, publisher, Power & Motoryacht.
MALIBU, CALIF.: One-thousand triathletes, weekend warriors and celebrity relay teams participated in the 1997 Nautica Malibu Triathlon presented by Met-Rx and Men's Health. Among those in attendance (l. to r.): Sean Flanagan, publisher, Men's Health; actor Robin Williams, who finished sixth in the 18-mile bike race; and Steve Bruman, international fashion director, Men's Health.
NEW YORK: The city of Saratoga Springs, N.Y., was the first recipient of American Heritage's The Great American Place award, which recognizes the U.S. city of historical significance that is also a great place to visit. The award, which will be presented annually, was presented at the Forbes Magazine Galleries. Receiving the award from Timothy Forbes (l.), president, American Heritage, and chief operating officer, Forbes Inc., was J. Michael O'Connell, mayor of Saratoga Springs.