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Los Angeles Parade sponsors the 56th annual Toys for Tots luncheon. The event is presented each year by the Advertising Club of Los Angeles in conjunction with the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve. (From l.) Jim Hackett Sr., VP-advertising, Parade; Gerry Byrne Sr., adviser, Parade; Brad Ball, exec VP-domestic corporate marketing, Warner Bros.; Vito Mandato, VP-worldwide media and research, Warner Home Video; and Debbie Menin, VP-West Coast manager, Parade.

New York Playboy holds its 50th anniversary party. (From l.) Campbell Brown, national brand manager, Jack Daniels; Playboy Bunny Lauren Hill; Carson Kressley, style guru, "Queer Eye for the Straight Guy"; and Playboy Bunny Pennelope Jimenez.

New York Account Planners of New York launches its 2004 mentor program, themed "We Are All Made of Stars." (From l.) Domenico Vitale, brand planning director,-partner, Kirshenbaum Bond & Partners and Garrett Hill, assistant brand planner, Y&R Advertising.

New York Time Inc.'s Sports Illustrated holds a party in honor of David Robinson, Sports Illustrated's 2003 Co-Sportsman of the Year with former San Antonio Spurs teammate Tim Duncan. (From l.) Bruce Hallett, president, Sports Illustrated; Dave Morris, publisher, Sports Illustrated; Sarah Ferguson, the Duchess of York; Rich Stoddart, marketing communications manager, Ford; and Robinson.

Las Vegas Blender hosts the Sauza Tequila "Get Lost" Tour after party. (From l.) Jose Chacon, senior brand manager, Sauza; Jason Wagenheim, associate publisher, Blender; Scott Mueller, senior VP-executive group director, Publicis Groupe; and Lance Ford, exec VP, Dennis Publishing and general manager, Blender.

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