More NewsApple Credits TBWA Chiat/Day for Campaign

Apple Credits TBWA Chiat/Day for Campaign

Apple Computer will expand its "Think Different" image campaign to productadvertising, according to Mitch Mandich, Apple's executive vice president ofsales.

Apple Computer will expand its “Think Different” image campaign to product advertising, according to Mitch Mandich, Apple’s executive vice president of sales.

“Think Now” will be the theme of Apple’s new Internet store, according to Advertising Age.

The company showed some of the ads at the Macworld Expo in San Francisco. The new tag lines include “Think Fast” for the Power Macintosh G3. The “Think Different” campaign will also be used extensively in Europe, Mandich was quoted as saying.

Steve Jobs, Apple’s interim CEO, credited ad agency TBWA Chiat/Day for the campaign.

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