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L.A. ADVERTISING EXECS LOOKING TO SAVE VENERABLE FENWAY
Published September 13, 1995
Lawson Clarke and Thad Russell, Boston area natives and current L.A. advertising men, are "plotting a campaign" to save the "decrepid but still cherished" Fenway Park, according to the BOSTON GLOBE. The two plan on running ads to rally support for Fenway. Russell: "My sense is there's a huge reservoir of untapped feeling about Fenway." Red Sox Exec VP John Buckley: "We would like to talk to them so they understand how Fenway became economically obsolete" (Richard Kindleberger, BOSTON GLOBE, 9/13).