A-B Helps Red Cross Campaign Get off the Ground

By Waters, Oscar | St Louis Post-Dispatch (MO), May 8, 1995 | Go to article overview

A-B Helps Red Cross Campaign Get off the Ground


Waters, Oscar, St Louis Post-Dispatch (MO)


Anheuser-Busch Cos. presented a $1 million check to the American Red Cross to help the relief organization with its first-ever paid advertising campaign. The check was presented last week to Elizabeth Dole, president of the Red Cross.

"When the Red Cross needs help," Dole said, "we know we can always count on Anheuser-Busch.

"We're extremely grateful for the company's tremendous support."

The advertising campaign is part of a national fund-raising effort.

The Red Cross launched the effort after experiencing a cut in corporate donations at the same time that an unusual number of natural disasters occurred, including Hurricane Andrew, the Midwest flooding and the Los Angeles earthquake.

The Anheuser-Busch donation enabled the Red Cross to purchase advertising time on national television and to buy print advertising in national publications.

The theme of the campaign is "Help Can't Wait."

TEAM DISNEY: The St. Louis offices of Dorf & Stanton Communications Inc., KSJ Entertainment and Louis London are handling public relations, promotions and advertising for the Pocahontas Animation Discovery Adventure, an interactive, educational mall display on Tuesday and Wednesday at Crestwood Plaza.

Crestwood is one of 26 stops on the national tour.

The St. Louis Pocahontas campaign involves print and radio advertising, radio promotions and media relations. The promotional trio is also coordinating a Pocahontas media preview before the display opens to the public. For more information, call the Pocahontas Animation Discovery Hotline at 995-1111.

FAMILIAR FACES: Ann Tretter, former managing partner with Tretter-Gorman Inc., has formed Tretter Group Inc. to provide marketing communications, public affairs, graphic design, events management and risk communications management services. The offices will remain at 711 North 11th Street in downtown St. Louis.

Tretter Group's executive team consists of account managers Leah Christopher and Barry Dunnegan, creative director Paula Dye-Roberts, and controller-technical services director Frederick Sebacher. All had been with Tretter-Gorman. . . .

Patrick "Rick" Forrestal has taken his Patrick Co. sales promotion division and has parted ways with Glennon Cos. Forrestal has renamed his agency Patrick Promotion Inc. The change follows a re-engineering of the agency structure at Glennon.

The top three top executives from Patrick Co. left Glennon Cos. last month to re-open the agency, which is now affiliated with Brighton Agency. The three principals are Rick Forrestal, president, and Ben Crain and Todd McGowan, each vice president and creative director. The three are partners and stockholders in the agency.

WINNING WAYS: D'Arcy Masius Benton & Bowles-St. Louis was a big winner in Billboard magazine's third annual International Billie Awards held recently in New York. …

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