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November 7, 1989 | BRUCE HOROVITZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Few people outside the advertising world have heard of the agency Asher/Gould. In fact, even some in the business don't know much about this Los Angeles ad firm. That's why many executives in the local ad community were more than mildly surprised in recent weeks when this usually docile agency snatched the $15-million Baskin-Robbins ice cream account and then landed the much sought-after $20-million to $30-million Suzuki automotive business.
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November 7, 1989 | BRUCE HOROVITZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Few people outside the advertising world have heard of the agency Asher/Gould. In fact, even some in the business don't know much about this Los Angeles ad firm. That's why many executives in the local ad community were more than mildly surprised in recent weeks when this usually docile agency snatched the $15-million Baskin-Robbins ice cream account and then landed the much sought-after $20-million to $30-million Suzuki automotive business.
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August 19, 1989 | BRUCE HOROVITZ, Times Staff Writer
Baskin-Robbins--looking for a change of flavor--has named a new advertising agency. On Friday, Baskin-Robbins, one of the world's largest ice cream store chains, picked the Los Angeles-based firm Asher/Gould Advertising to handle its estimated $10-million annual advertising business. "This was a real scoop for us," said Harold Asher, chairman of Asher/Gould, which also creates ads for Pabst Brewing Corp. and American Savings Bank.
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