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One of the most fascinating characters in this business continues to be Pat Fallon. A Minneapolis-bred adman, whose only full-time job outside that city w" />
One of the most fascinating characters in this business continues to be Pat Fallon. A Minneapolis-bred adman, whose only full-time job outside that city w" />

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Tracing the source of Fallon's restlessness By Andrew Jaff

One of the most fascinating characters in this business continues to be Pat Fallon. A Minneapolis-bred adman, whose only full-time job outside that city w

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Another creative who’s worked for him for some time says: “He has this thing about plastic barf puddles. Clients thought it was pretty funny when this straight guy gets up and leaves these things behind. He has a leprechaun-like devilment to him that’s actually very charming. You feel like you’re part of his inner circle when he kids with you.”
One other characteristic defines Fallon: Almost from the day he and former partners Tom McElligott and Nancy Rice hung out their Fallon, McElligott & Rice shingle in 1981, Fallon has been that rare breed–a management type who understands the kernel of...

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