Bridgestone Corp.'s new advertising campaign is part of an all-out offensive designed to rebuild its public image and reverse damage caused by Firestone's 6-million unit tire recall in August. “We're going to spend substantial sums of money and effort and resources in this total campaign,” says John Lampe, chairman, president and chief executive of Bridgestone/Firestone Inc. The blitz comes amid speculation Bridgestone was considering eliminating the 100-year-old Firestone name, which ...
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