"I've had mother-daughter and husband-wife, but this is the first father-daughter team I've ever had an opportunity to teach," said David Palmer, a languages, literature and humanities professor at JWCC. "I've been here, if you count my part-time work, 26 years."
And yet, as much as the companies appreciate numbers that help them break down audiences into finer and finer portions, "the athlete has to fit within the story and campaign we're trying to do," said David Palmer, who leads partnership and sponsorship at Hershey, which is in its first Olympics with the USOC.
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