December 1998
Adweek Southeast Edition;12/14/98, Vol. 19 Issue 50, p8
Trade Publication
Presents advertising-related news briefs in the United States as of December 14, 1998. Finalists for the television advertising campaign of the Schlotzky's company; Accounts acquired by McCool Communications; Discontinuance of the Nuclear Energy Institute's advertisements.


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