TITLE

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

AUTHOR(S)
Evans, Thomas W.; Bergin, Stephen; Woodall, Dave
PUB. DATE
March 2000
SOURCE
Advertising Age;3/20/2000, Vol. 71 Issue 12, p48
SOURCE TYPE
Trade Publication
DOC. TYPE
Letter
ABSTRACT
Presents letters to the editor referencing articles and topics discussed in previous issues. "Army Erred in Review Rules," which discussed the recruitment of soldiers; "How About Aromatherapy Candles," which focused on the advertisements aired by Budget Rent A Car System Inc.; "Coke's Giant Step Backwards Cans Superior Always Theme," which discussed advertisements by Coca-Cola Co.
ACCESSION #
18191828

 

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