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Four A's Nominates Officers

The American Association of Advertising Agencies in New York has nominatedexecutives to serve as top officers for the 1998-99 year.

The American Association of Advertising Agencies in New York has nominated executives to serve as top officers for the 1998-99 year.

Patrick J. McGrath, president and chief executive at Jordan, McGrath, Case & Taylor in New York, was nominated as the 1998-99 chairman of the Four A’s. He is now serving as the 1997-98 vice chairman.

Shelly Lazarus, chairwoman and chief executive of Ogilvy & Mather Worldwide in New York, a unit of WPP Group, was nominated as the vice chairwoman. She had been a director at large on the association’s board.

Sally Minard, a partner in Lotas Minard Patton McIver in New York, was nominated as the 1998-99 secretary-treasurer. She is a member of the board of the Four A’s Foundation.

The nominations will be voted on at the association’s 1998 management conference and business meeting in April in Scottsdale, AZ.

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