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Atlanta: At an open house to introduce its new quarters, Kurt Tausche (c.), partner and creative services director, Tausche Martin Lonsdorf, talks with Alan Moser (l.), director of marketing for client Bibb Co., and Hiro Isogai of Studio Epic 5, which designed the agency's offices above the Hard Rock Cafe in downtown Atlanta.

Grand Canyon: Discovery Channel's western region ad sales group brought clients out to the Grand Canyon to experience some discovery first-hand. From left: Jeane McGowan and Bill McGowan, senior VP-ad sales, Discovery; Ruth Otte, president-chief operating officer, Discovery; Tom Campanella, exec VP-marketing/ad sales, Paramount Pictures; and Ron Frederick, senior VP, J. Walter Thompson USA.

New York: Mademoiselle Publisher Julie Lewit-Nirenberg (l.) hosted a presentation on twentysomething women called "Redefining a Generation." Guests included (from 2nd l.) Muriel Gonzalez, senior VP-marketing, Estee Lauder; Kaye Kanev, VP-national advertising, Estee Lauder; Laura Bohnenberger, marketing manager, Elizabeth Arden; and Steve Florio, president, Conde Nast Publications.

New York: Country America hosted a performance by MCA recording artist Mark Collie (l.), here chatting with (from 2nd l.) media planners Peter Ho of Ayer, Karen Haymes of Jordan, McGrath, Case & Taylor and Jonathan Adams of Ayer, and Gail Healy, publisher of Country America.

Philadelphia: Bob Kelly of Kelly Michener and Jan Agnew Groft of Agnew & Corrigan Advertising were multiple award winners at the 58th annual awards show of the Art Directors' Club of Philadelphia.

Birmingham, Mich.: Former astronaut Alan Shepard (3rd from right) was on hand to help Turner Broadcasting System/TNT promote its "Moonshot" special as well as introduce a book by the same name he co-authored with Deke Slayton. With him here (from l.): Linda Tallman and John Paruch, TBS/TNT account execs; Dan Wallace, media planner, McCann-Erickson; Lee Wilson Jr., senior VP-Jeep Eagle; and Tom Berry, VP-sales manager, TBS/TNT.

Greenville, S.C.: Larry Greer (l.), president of Western Marketing, and Dean Anderson (c.), chairman of Leslie Advertising, greet NBC's "Today" show weatherman Willard Scott, who broadcast from the Greenville Meals on Wheels Pro-Am Classic golf tournament. Messrs. Anderson and Greer founded the charity tournament ten years ago.

New York: Cowles Magazines held a party in the canyons of New York to introduce Rocky Mountain Magazine. Gathered here are (from l.) Len Habas, VP-client services, Curtis Circulation; Harry Myers, VP-group publishing director, Cowles' Outdoor Recreation Group; Bruce Barnet, president-CEO, Cowles Magazines; and Bob Castardi, president, Curtis Circulation.

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