Mad Men: Donald Draper's HERO Notepad & Business Card
A New Company
Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce was formed in December 1963 when it became clear that McCann Erickson was going to purchase Puttnam, Powell, and Lowe, which had acquired the Sterling Cooper Advertising Agency a year prior. Lane Pryce was convinced to free Don Draper, Bertram Cooper, and Roger Sterling from their employment contracts and contractual obligations (such as non-compete clauses) to start a new advertising agency, by firing them, in exchange for a partnership (which is later revealed to be a "junior" partnership, with restricted obligations and payouts, in "Blowing Smoke") and its "name on the door".
Mad Men: Donald Draper's HERO Notepad & Business Card In Shadow Box
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