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Nordic God
It was always clear in the early '80s that if your advertising stock was high, then there were only three places you could work. The Italian Mafia Trifecta: Ammirati, Scali, or Ally Gargano. If you were looking or thinking about looking, you waited until you got that call. They produced the best work and, obviously, hired the best creative talent in town.

Do-si-do: Chiat Day and Night
They called it Chiat Day and Night. From my vantage point, it was more like sleep away camp. The 1984 commercial had run and we were beating away new clients from our door. You were expected to believe that your s**t didn't smell and you were better than any one else. Don't get me wrong...these were, for the most part, very nice and very smart people. Quite deserving of their elevated status. So combine the long, difficult hours, with the belief that you deserved just a bit more than most...

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