A collection of essays giving a humorous look at the author's experiences with retirement.
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Retired now, but back in the fifties they were going strong! Here's an actual 1955 sales promotion piece touting Hawley and O'Hara. (They haven't changed much.) Valentine- Radford, Advertising is pleased to announce that George W. Hawley and Jack B. O'Hara have joined the firm as partners George W. Hawley attended the University of Missouri, Columbia University, and was graduated from the University of Arizona. In his six years as an account executive with Valentine-Radford, he has served a wide variety of accounts, with special emphasis on retail and farm products. His campaigns for clients have resulted in truly remarkable sales increases and national recognition from the advertising fraternity. Jack B. O'Hara attended Kansas University . . worked for an advertising agency . . . spent a year in the market research department of a Chicago newspaper . . . was in the creative department of Hallmark Cards - all prior to his joining Valentine-Radford as Art Director in 1950. He has illustrated and published a successful book for children, and has free lanced for all the major greeting card companies. In 1954, his work for one of the agency's clients won him a national outdoor advertising award.About the Author:
George W. Hawley attended the University of Missouri, Columbia University, and was graduated from the University of Arizona. He was an account executive when he began work at Valentine-Radford Advertising, serving a wide variety of accounts with special emphasis on retail and farm products.
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Book Description Leathers Pub, 1999. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 1890622575