Randy Worcester (RandyWoo@AOL.COM)
Wed, 30 Apr 1997 00:04:38 -0400
As I'm in the process of moving, I've been doing a bit of flying lately and
picked up the Winter '97 issue of Delta's Fantastic Flyer kids magazine.
The inside back cover was a full page picture of a confident Cub Scout. The
heading reads "What the Well-dressed Soldier Wears In The War Against Drugs."
The ad is aimed at parents and encourages them to get involved with their
kids. Boy Scouts of America is at the bottom in large type. In smaller type
is "This public service message created by The William Cook Agency."
Is this the BSA's ad agency or PR firm? This is the first BSA print ad that
The uniform has the Flag above the right pocket. This makes me think that
this is an old ad.
(I'm still looking for a troop)
Corpus Christi, TX
Terry Howerton Sakima Group, Inc. SCOUTER Magazine Kansas City