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|BUCKHEAD, Ga. (AdAge.com) -- Ocean Drive publishing group launched 'Atlanta Peach' magazine with a million-dollar party March 31 at the InterContinental Hotel. Pamela Anderson, the magazine's first cover girl, was host and Atlanta rapper Chris "Ludacris" Bridges performed. Above, left: Jerry Powers, president, Ocean Drive Publishing Group; rapper Lil Fate; Pamela Anderson; and Chris "Ludacris" Bridges. Above, right: Jerry Powers and Dean Roland of Collective Soul. | Photographer: Jeff Slate|
BUCKHEAD, Ga. (AdAge.com) -- Above, left: At the 'Peach' launch, Pamela Anderson (center) was presented with a $10,000 check for PETA from Ocean Drive Publishing Group President Jerry Powers (left). Dan Matthew (right) represented PETA at the check presentation. | Photographer: Jeff Slate. Above, right: In Basel, Switzerland, Hearst celebrated its annual Basel Dinner at Restaurant Safran Zunft. Advertisers from around the world attended the reception. Jim Taylor, VP-publisher, 'Town & Country' poses with Andrea Hansen, director of marketing, H. Stern.
|VAIL, Colo. (AdAge.com) -- 'Best Life' magazine was a sponsor of the Vail Film Festival, March 30 to April 2. The festival, which just completed its third year, screened 75 films from around the world, including 20 feature films, 16 world premieres, as well as 55 documentaries, short films, animated films, action sports, student films and TV pilots. Above, left: Stephen Perrine, editor in chief, 'Best Life'; Mary Murcko, publisher, 'Best Life'; Theresa Wakely, advertising media manager, Subaru of America; and actor Giancarlo Esposito. Above, right: David Zinczenko, editorial director, 'Best Life'; Mary Murcko; actor William Forrsythe; and Kimberly Orf, brand manager, Stella Artois.|
|VAIL, Colo. (AdAge.com) -- Above, left: At the Vail Film Festival are Theresa Wakeley; Stephen Perrine; Melissa Dantz, advertising manager, iTravel; Bernard Zion, marketing director, L'Oreal; and Mary Murcko. Above, right: 'Country Living' hosted their first Women Entrepreneurs event at the Peninsula Chicago. Steven Grune, VP-publisher, 'Country Living'; NBC correspondent Alexis Glick; Lynn Shaw, marketing manager, Dressbarn; Nancy Soriano, editor in chief, 'Country Living'; and Betty Lynn Eller, home furnishings director, 'Country Living'.|