Linnett, Richard; Krol, Carol
May 2002
Advertising Age;5/13/2002, Vol. 73 Issue 19, p76
Trade Publication
The article presents news briefs relevant to advertising and publishing in the United States compiled as of May 2005. A television advertisement was launched by Gap clothing company entitled "Two White Shirts," directed by the Coen brothers, in which Christina Ricci and Dennis Hopper are dressed in plain white shirts. A party of "Reader's Digest" employees in Norwalk, Connecticut has been shut down by the police.


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