Swag free?

Swag free? Talk about putting a damper on the holidays (second item), Fairchild’s 900 staffers can’t accept gifts from advertisers, sources or vendors this year. (P.S. The item right below it reports that my table-mate-friends (we’ve sat together twice in the past six months) Susan and Susan, have sold Brooklyn magazine.

(via: MediaBistro.com)

One thought on “Swag free?

  1. Good for Fairchild. A voice of reason and reasonable ethics in the otherwise swag-rich wilderness. I’m thinking of proposing this at the next Truck Writers meeting, soon as we can find an industry vendor to sponsor the food and drink.

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