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Cincinnati Procter & Gamble Co. alumni returned to the fold April 25-27 as part of their first reunion in three years. They toured headquarters, got a chance to schmooze with Chairman-CEO A.G. Lafley and picked up tips on marketing, leadership and doing business with P&G at a series of workshops with alumni and current executives.

P&G Chairman-CEO A.G. Lafley speaks to the company's alumni.

Former P&G Chairman-CEO John Pepper at "P&G Advertising: The Best of the Best" panel.

AOL Time Warner Chairman Steve Case during the cocktail reception.

Pete Blackshaw, founder of Planet Feedback, addresses P&G alums.

(From l.) Neil Kreisberg, group exec VP-executive managing director, Grey Advertising, talks with Tim Love, Saatchi & Saatchi vice chairman-international, before their session, "P&G Advertising: The Best of the Best."

Bob Miller, who worked on Secret Deodorant from 1979-1982, at the eBay terminal.

Tim Love, Saatchi & Saatchi vice chairman-international.

(From l.) P&G Global Marketing Officer Jim Stengel, Gary Stibel, principal, New Consulting Group, and Gibby Carey, former VP-marketing services for P&G, watch a video during the "Advertising that Works (And Keeps On Working)" session.

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