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NEVER LET ‘EM SEE YOU SWEAT:
A tranquilizer for presenters

By Phil Slott
Published by Ad-land Press

Phil Slott began his career at Grey Advertising in 1964. Six years later, making stops along the way at other agencies such as McCann-Erickson; Foote, Cone & Belding; and J. Walter Thompson, he joined Ted Bates as vice president, creative supervisor and was on his way to becoming a senior vice president and creative director.

In 1981, Phil became an executive VP with BBDO Before a move to London in 1985, he was second in command to Phil Dusenberry in BBDO Worldwide’s highly acclaimed creative department in New York City. Then in 1987, Phil became Chairman and Chief Creative Officer of Tracy-Lock. Based in Los Angeles, Phil had overall corporate responsibility for the agency’s creative product.

Phil and his wife now live in Hawaii.

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