Who Was Robley Feland?

Brown’s former employers know it. Brown’s job is where Brown is. For all its virtues, the Internet is unkind to those who must be digitized without profit. Robley Feland died without fanfare on Nov. 14, 1952, and my online searches revealed very little about him.  But after several years of occasional curiosity, I found my answers offline at a used bookstore: The Huckster’s Revenge, a 1959 memoir by Fred Manchee, who succeeded Feland as BBDO … Continue reading

Here’s Brown’s Job…

Mr. Feland wrote the text in 1920 for the BBDO house organ, “The Wedge”…and it was used later as a full page advertisement in the New York Times. In both uses, it created tremendous interest, receiving much editorial praise as an outstanding piece of agency propaganda. “Just why,” Mr. Feland once commented, “is a little hard to understand, inasmuch as, beyond our signature, it makes no reference to agency operation.” Here’s Brown’s Job… Brown’s Job … Continue reading

Job Tourism Opportunities in Lombardy

Being a very wide field, the scope of employment in the tourism sector is very bright and the potential is still largely untapped. Career opportunities exist both in the public and private sector. A very good prospectus for qualified tourism professionals is in the private sector with travel agencies, tour operators, airlines, hotels, restaurants, transport and cargo companies etc. In Lombardy and Brescia there are a lot of hotels, inns, bed and breakfast establishments, farms … Continue reading