Published on .

San Francisco: Michael Jeary (c.) was feted at a going away party as he moves from head of Saatchi & Saatchi Advertising's office here to CEO of the New York office. He's here with (from l.) Kathy Jeary; Mary Doan, general manager of the San Francisco office; Rob Ingalls, vice chairman-executive creative director in San Francisco; and Alan Bishop, chief operating officer, Saatchi & Saatchi Advertising North America.

Los Angeles: The creative team on the Grand Prix winner at the Cannes ad festival, Bozell's "Snow Covered" spot for Chrysler Corp.'s Jeep-Eagle Division, got the news of their award while here producing a new Eagle campaign. From left: Art Director Andy Ozark, Producer John Van Osdol and Creative Director Gary Topolewski, all of Bozell Worldwide, along with Ed Brust, general manager of Jeep-Eagle.

Jackson, N.J.: Kip Meyer (rear, 2nd r.), Life sales rep, was among the hosts as the magazine treated clients and others to a day at Six Flags Great Adventure. With him here are media planners from J. Walter Thompson USA; from left: Ginger Gellman, Rachael Seidman, Meryl Degen and Stuart Burkhoff.

Louisville, Ky.: The Advertising Club of Louisville was named Ad Club of the Year in Division I by the American Advertising Federation, and club President Tim Hellige (l.), chairman of Bandy Carroll Hellige Advertising, was named Ad Club President of the Year. Presenting the award is Steve Langford, AAF liaison for the club and sales manager of WAVE-TV. The club was founded as the Ad Writers League of Louisville in 1906.

New York: At a screening party for the British sitcom "Absolutely Fabulous," making its U.S. debut on Comedy Central, were Bob Kreek, president-CEO, Comedy Central; Kathy Doyle (c.), assistant director, TeleVest; and Betsy Frank, senior VP, Saatchi & Saatchi.

New York: At Mirabella's fifth anniversary party, Publisher Catherine Viscardi Johnston poses with News Corp. Chairman Rupert Murdoch (c.) and Leonard A. Lauder, president-CEO, Estee Lauder Cos.

Ste. Mere Eglise, France: As part of the rememberance of the 50th anniversary of the Allied invasion of France, Woody Smart, marketing manager, A.O. Smart Co., representing the Poor Richard Club of Philadelphia, presented a set of the American Documents of Freedom to Mlle. Nauger, assistant curator of the Airborne Museum in France.

Chicago: At a Newsweek roller-blading party for ad folks in Lincoln Park, Liz Lavezzorio (2nd l.), Newsweek sales rep, takes a break with three media planners from Leo Burnett USA: Dave Genel, Jan Wingader and Pam Serp (r.).

Most Popular
In this article: