Lucky Strike
Bethlehem Steel
Right Guard
Menken’s Department Store
Kodak
Nixon for President (Not a client. SC worked on spec and were never hired.)
Liberty Capital Bank
Olympic Cruise Lines and Israel Board of Tourism (pitched; McCann-Erickson got it)
Rio de Janeiro tourism (“Jesus Over Rio”)
Snyder’s Ketchup
Secor Laxative
Dr. Scholl’s (until Long Weekend)
Utz Potato Chips
Goodyear
Relax-i-cisor
Maytag
Clearasil
Double Sided Aluminum

Firestone comps were being worked on in Hobo Code; that was probably for a new business pitch, but in Indian Summer, we learn that we got the P.E.R. (passive exercise regime); invented by Mr. Martin Buchwald, the future Relax-i-cisor from Compton as trade for throwing them Firestone, because it was a conflict with Goodyear.

[SEE ALSO: The Ad Age supplement with a page of clients]

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2 Responses to “Clients”

  1. hullaballoo Says:

    Snyder’s are the ketchup people, and I believe Duck Phillips said that Maytag was also a client. And don’t forget Clearasil. And the Ad Age supplement (which was developed in conjunction with Mattew Weiner, so I assume it’s correct) also lists Chiquita Bananas.

  2. Roberta Lipp Says:

    Yeah I don’t know where those bananas come into it. I’m looking at the ad in Ad Age right now (I’m no longer in literal advertising, but I still have lots of friends!) and I think that Chiquita thing is made up. The ad is real, but I never heard it mentioned.

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