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NEW YORK: America Online marked the opening of ad sales offices in Manhattan with a party in the new space. Enjoying the online service's hospitality were (l. to r.): Myer Berlow, senior VP-interactive marketing, AOL; Bob Friedman, presid ent, New Line Television; Neil Davis, VP-director of advertising sales, AOL; and Jeff Minsky, manager-interactive marketing, Ogilvy & Mather.

NEW YORK: M&C Saatchi couldn't wait for its new offices to be completed, so the agency hosted a party in the rough space that will become its New York home. Celebrating the potential were (l. to r.): Brent Bouchez, president, M&C Saatchi; Kevin Carlson, from Grey Advertising; David Page, creative director and Chris Snook, director of planning, both of M&C Saatchi.

SEA ISLAND, GA.: Bill Furlong, managing director, Advertising Age's

Business Marketing (r.), awards gift certificates to the runners-up in the golf tournament held during the 1997 ABP Spring Meeting. Gladly accepting are (l. to r.), Tom Rice, exec vp, Medical Economics Co.; Marsh Freeman, chairman, Miller Freeman; and John Suhler, president, Veronis, Suhler &


NEW YORK: Celebrating the 29th Annual EFFIE Awards sponsored by the New

York chapter of the American Marketing Association are (l. to r.): Bill McGowan, senior VP-ad sales, Discovery Communications; Stanley Becker, chief creative officer, Saatchi & Saatchi; Doria Steedman, exec VP-creative, Partnership for a Drug-Free America; and Bill Westbrook, president-creative director, Fallon McElligott.

DETROIT: Great Lakes Interactive Marketing Association hosted a meeting for members on how consumers are responding to the Internet. Attending were (l. to r.): Bayard Saunders, chief strategic officer, Bowne; Robin Danek, VP-general manager, VuCom; Donna Baranski, manager-business development, Terisa Systems, and a conference speaker; J. Walker Smith, managing partner, Yankelovich Partners, and a conference speaker; P.J. Stafford, president, Bowne's Internet Factory unit; Joseph Silvian, CEO, Virtual Interactive Agency; and Brad Carse, interactive director, D'Arcy Masius Benton & Bowles.

ST. LOUIS: Southwestern Bell Telephone and D'Arcy Masius Benton &

Bowles sponsored a movie night for employees recently that included a preview of the marketer's new in-cinema spot. Enjoying a little extra butter on their popcorn are (l. to r.): Sarah Kurtin, account supervisor, DMB&B; Charlene Lake, director of advertising, Southwestern Bell; Ric Anello, senior VP-group creative director, and Michael Smith, associate creative director, both at DMB&B.

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