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Re: [ga] PROTEST STATEMENT Re: they need hats - a statement.
Valid point Jeff. Normally I would keep Ogilvy on, but ICANN is on a
budget and has exceeded it. PR is fat to any corporate entity, and your
point to dispense is well taken.
I'm also having some difficulty understanding just what Ogilvy does for
ICANN. Have they been paid anything - and how much - for what services
and what services ahve they delivered to date. Is there a progress report
on PR at ICANN?
On Tue, 17 Aug 1999, Jeff Williams wrote:
> David and all,
> I agree it shouldn't be about who get's the most press coverage.
> Given that, than I would expect the ICANN to dispense with the services
> of Ogilvy, right? >;)
> David R. Conrad wrote:
> > Oh, sorry. I thought the point in having a meeting was to get work
> > done, not see who gets the most press coverage.
> > > > The only thing discredited by inane and childish "protests" are the
> > > > protestors.
> > > Any public relations firm worth it's salt would disagree.
> > And, of course, what a public relations firm thinks is what is
> > important.
> > I stand by my statement and will comment no further.
> > Rgds,
> > -drc
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