BOCA RATON, FLA.: Attending a dinner cruise during the American Advertising Federation's annual Plans Review Meeting were (l. to r.): Phil Guarascio, VP-general manager of marketing and advertising, General Motors Corp.'s North A merican Operations, and vice chairman of AAF; Wally Snyder, AAF president; and Wilder Baker, chairman-CEO, Warwick Baker O'Neill, and chairman of AAF.
DETROIT: Westinghouse/CBS introduced the people behind its soon-to-be-launched multichannel network CBS Eye on People to the ad community here. Attending the event were (l. to r.): Lloyd Werner, exec VP-sales and marketing, Group W Satellite Communications; Jonathan Klein, exec VP, CBS News; Dan Rather, managing editor, "CBS Evening News"; John Vanderzee, chairman, Young & Rubicam, Detroit; and Peter Weisbard, senior VP-advertising sales, Group W.
LOS ANGELES: Canandaigua Wine Co. hosted a reception following a benefit performance by Cook's Champagne on Ice show. Attending the reception were ice show star Katarina Witt; Steve Mitchem, VP, Trone Advertising; and Josie Pagani, customer focus brand manager, Canandaigua.
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NEW YORK: Advertising Women of New York hosted a dinner for judges of its recent Best of New York American Advertising Awards competition. With spokescharacter Mr. Huckster, created for use in AWNY's call for entries announcement , are (l. to r.) Mary Sabolik, a consultant and co-chair of the event; Linda Urben, president of AWNY; Stan Becker, chief creative officer, Saatchi & Saatchi Advertising, and chief judge; Celia Currin, marketing services director, The Wall Street Journal, and co-chair; and Damian Dodd,an art director at Saatchi who created Mr. Huckster.
NEW YORK: Adwoman Jo Foxworth (c., in feathers), president of Jo Foxworth & Co., was feted at a soiree to celebrate the publication of her new book, "The Bordello Cookbook." Attending were Jack Avrett, chairman, Avrett, Free & Ginsberg, and Advertising Hall of Fame honoree Shirley Polykoff.