TITLE

U.S. Army denies it shut out minority agencies

AUTHOR(S)
Teinowitz, Ira
PUB. DATE
March 2000
SOURCE
Advertising Age;3/6/2000, Vol. 71 Issue 10, p1
SOURCE TYPE
Trade Publication
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
States that the United States Army defends its advertising review policy that allegedly shuts out minority agencies. Concern about the review guidelines; Views of P.T. Henry, assistant secretary of the Army for manpower and reserve affairs, that minority agencies will benefit by the Army's procedures.
ACCESSION #
2868193

 

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