PHILADELPHIA: Representatives from the media and advertisers were included at the recent President's Summit for America's Future to discuss ways to promote volunteerism in the U.S. Among those attending (l. to r.): Walter Isaacson, managing editor, Time; Robert Allen, chairman, AT&T Corp.; and retired General Colin Powell, summit chairman and general chairman of the project.
BEVERLY HILLS, CALIF.: Attending a luncheon at Spago sponsored by Town & Country were Diane Krouse (l.), managing director, D'Arcy Masius Benton & Bowles, Los Angeles, and Molly Schaefer, publisher, Town & Country.
NEW YORK: At a breakfast hosted by The New Yorker for members of the business and advertising community were (l. to r.): DeeDee Gordon, supervisor of market research and product development, Lambesis; Thomas A. Florio, president, The New Yorker; and Baysie Wightman, general merchandise manager, Reebok.
NEW YORK: Also at the breakfast hosted by The New Yorker were (l. to r.): Marjorie Wollan, president, Annick Goutal Parfums; David Nap, VP-creative services, Aramis; and Tina Brown, editor, The New Yorker.
NEW YORK: Collecting the Andy Awards' Grandy award for best radio spot were April Winchell, writer/producer, Radio Savant and Mick
Kuisel, senior copywriter/art director, BBDO West, Los Angeles.
Offering congratulations are (at l.): Rick Boyko, senior VP-executive
group creative director, Ogilvy & Mather, and an Andys judge; and Ted
Bell, vice chairman-worldwide creative director, Y&R Advertising, and
honorary chairman of the Andy Awards.
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