Advertising: Up, Up and Away with Mary Wells

The Great Air Race of 1967 embroiled Madison Avenue for much of last summer. It began when Trans World Airlines, at a time when other airlines were launching bright new advertising campaigns, decided to throw its $18 million-a-year account up for grabs. Eight top agencies, including Foote, Cone & fielding, TWA's shop since 1956, spent months of work and more than $1,000,000 to land the business. The winner? None other than Foote, Cone, which won the day with a campaign built around TWA's current "Up, up and away" theme.

Last week Foote,...

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