When does showing your company's support cross the "downright tacky" line?
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"The end of marketing as we know it." That's whatAtlanta-based Zyman Marketing Group dubbed its survey aboutshifting attitudes since the September terrorist attacks. It'sa fair description of the transformation businesses must make: AsAmericans strive to return to normal, your marketing tacticscan't.
"You can't separate the political climate from themarketing climate," says Dan Reid, president of the financialand professional services marketing group at international PR firmWeber Shandwick.
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