Tuesday, May 17, 2005

Quick. While it's still free.

The NYTimes reports on an advertising conference in Bermuda. Most spit-take-inducing passage: "more clients are insisting their accounts be handled by agencies that hire and keep employees who are representative of the consumers who buy their products." Ooooh-kay. But progress will actually begin only when clients pledge to do the same. It might come as a shock to them, but most consumers aren't 25-year-old business school grads pulling down a $100K salary. Just sayin'.

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