New York: Advertising Women of New York sponsored a panel on direct marketing that brought together (from l.) Watts Wacker, managing partner, Yankelovich Partners; Linda Urben, corporate advertising manager, AT&T; Barbara Jack, president, Wunderman Cato Johnson; Margaret Barrett, director of global consumer strategy, AT&T; and Mary Lou Quinlan, president, Ayer New York.
New York: At a party hosted by Glamour, sponsor of America3, the all-women team competing for the America's Cup, Publisher Chuck Townsend (l.) is joined by Bill Koch, chairman of the America3 Foundation and winning skipper of the 1992 America's Cup, and Susanne Kirtland, VP-creative development, Estee Lauder.
Los Angeles: Former Kresser/Craig President Jean Craig was honored at a luncheon hosted by the Advertising Club of Los Angeles. Attendees included Bob Packham (l.), director of business development, Barrington Productions; Phil Joanou, retired chairman-CEO of Dailey & Associates; and Larry Londre (r.), managing partner, the Londre Co.
Lexington, Ky.: Marketing folks at Long John Silver's, which is running a promotion tying in with Universal Pictures' "The Little Rascals," dressed up as some of the movie's characters on launch day for the movie and the promotion. From left: Executive Assistant Linda Arnold as Butch; Marketing Director Ann Dalier as Darla; Promotions Manager Diane Hatton (in front) as Petey the Dog; Exec VP Ted Murphy as Alfalfa; and Public Relations Director Bruce Hinton as Spanky.
Shawnee Mission, Kan.: Bill Fromm (2nd l.) founder and CEO of Barkley & Evergreen, was honored at a surprise party on the agency's 30th anniversary. Revelers included Beth Wolszon, VP of marketing and strategic planning for client Safelite Glass Corp.; Bob Moore, VP-management supervisor, B&E; and agency President Andy Fletcher.
Chicago: At the National Hardware Show, Glidden Co. Exec VP Robert Koch (c.) and Brand Manager Lacey Zachary welcome Steve Thomas, host of the PBS series "This Old House," to the Glidden booth. Glidden is a sponsor of the series.
Kansas City, Mo.: Rich Davis (r.), founder of K.C. Masterpiece, was among those honored at Ingram's magazine's Corporate Report 100 luncheon. With him here are (from l.) Ernie Capobianco, VP, and Chuck Curtis, president-CEO, both of Valentine Radford, and Allen Reynolds, VP-sales, Ingram's.