Monument Ads – National Basketball Association

With the contract problems between owners and players, the NBA might be looking for institutional advertising. What better place that the four $16,000 Virginia Street Tax Increment Financing District boundary markers? = = = = = Photoshopping by one Heck … Continue reading

Monument Ads – Public Service Announcements

Public service announcements don’t bring in any revenue to help pay for the four $16,000 monuments, but they would establish that ads could be purchased. = = = = = Photoshopping by one Heck of a Guy blogster Allan Showalter. … Continue reading

A Way to Recoup the Costs of the Virginia Street TIF Monuments

Besides increasing parking fees and fining people $100 for speeding past a camera, Chicago Mayor Rahm Emmanuel has come up with an idea that might work in Crystal Lake. He suggests selling space on public places, such as bridge monuments. … Continue reading

Whistle Blowers to Get Almost $2.8 Million from Former Employer Leo Burnett for “Army of One” Advertising Contract Fraud

There’s no admission of guilt, of course. In the recent past Walgreens and CVS have coughed up pretty big settlements in whistle blowing suits. Now, it’s time for one of the most prominent advertising firms in the country. Chicago-based Leo … Continue reading

Whistle Blowers to Get Almost $2.8 Million from Former Employer Leo Burnett for “Army of One” Advertising Contract Fraud

There’s no admission of guilt, of course. In the recent past Walgreens and CVS have coughed up pretty big settlements in whistle blowing suits. Now, it’s time for one of the most prominent advertising firms in the country. Chicago-based Leo … Continue reading