Lippe, Dan
November 1999
Advertising Age;11/1/1999, Vol. 70 Issue 45, p8
Trade Publication
Presents news briefs on the advertising industry in the U.S. Use of rhinos in advertisements for St. Paul Cos. and Philip Morris; Information on a television commercial created by Publicis & Hal Riney for eToys featuring a man in a car wash; Response by Ford to criticisms about its live commercials for the Focus automobile.


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