New York: New Woman began its "save & share" magazine redistribution program at Lintas. Gathered at the collection point are (from l.) Carolyn Libby, exec VP-executive media director, Lintas; Lori Zelikow Florio, publisher of New Woman; Louis M. Schultz, exec VP-director of media services, Lintas; and Sonya Hartland, media coordinator, Memorial Sloan-Kettering, one of the hospitals where the collected consumer magazines will be distributed. New Woman will expand the program to other agency media departments.
Minneapolis: While Minnesota Vikings quarterback Warren Moon does his bit for an upcoming TV spot for Northwest Airlines, Nancy Swanson, director of domestic corporate advertising for Northwest, gets a few tips on passing from Scott McCormick, executive creative director at Valentine-McCormick-Ligibel, one of the airline's agencies.
New York: Microsoft boss Bill Gates (c.) accepts Chief Executive of the Year award from Chief Executive at a black-tie dinner. From left: Publisher-Exec VP Darcy Miller Donaldson, President-CEO Arnold B. Pollard and Editor J.P. Donlon, all of Chief Executive, and Bryan Moss, president of Canadair Challenger, co-sponsor of the annual award.
New York: Celebrating the news that Time-Life Music's CD set, "The Rolling Stone Collection: 25 Years of Essential Rock," was the first direct marketing compilation to go platinum (sell more than 1 million CDs) were (from l.) Jim Henke, co-producer and chief curator of the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame; Steven L. Janas, president of Time-Life Music; and Jann Wenner, editor-publisher, Rolling Stone.
New York: Anthony Lavely (l.), new VP-marketing of Domino's, met all of Grey Advertising's people who work on the Domino's account at a party the agency hosted. Here he's with Grey Chairman-CEO Edward H. Meyer (c.) and Steve Novick, chief creative officer.
Darien, Conn.: All set to tee off at the 10th annual Business Week Golf Classic at Woodway Country Club are (from l.) Bruce Schwarting, director of recruiting, Albert Frank-Guenther Law International; John Holden, sales account manager, Business Week; Michael Hoynes, account exec, Harvest Communications; and Richard Boynton, VP-director, marketing and sales, All Nippon Airlines.
Birmingham, Mich.: Al and Dottie Wiber (center couple), Detroit's "First Couple" of magazine ad sales, were feted at a retirement part at Oakland Hills Country Club. Al Wiber retired after 18 years as Money's Detroit sales manager, and Dottie Wiber finished 14 years selling for various Time Inc. publications, most recently InStyle. With them here (from l.): Betsy Martin, publisher of Money; John Vanderzee, ad manager, Ford Division, Ford Motor Co.; Jim Graham, VP for corporate accounts, Time Inc.; and Nora McAniff, publisher of People.