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Shelby County Mayor AC Wharton Rolls Out A New Television Ad

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Memphis, TN, 9/11/09 – Continuing a message of unity, Mayor AC Wharton released a new television ad today in his campaign for Memphis Mayor. The 30- second ad entitled “No Tolerance” will be heavily broadcast throughout Memphis over the next two weeks.

The commercials are part of a broad campaign entitled “One Memphis” and were written and produced by Memphis advertising executive Steven Reid, with Sutton/Reid Advertising.

“I absolutely have no tolerance for anyone who believes the best way for me to get ahead is to push you down or shut you out,” Mayor Wharton says in the sequel to his “One Memphis” commercial that debuted last week.

The commercial was shot at a town hall meeting held on August 22 at his campaign headquarters in White Station Plaza. Surrounded by supporters, Mayor Wharton talks about how his style of leadership has always been about unity and inclusion.

Mayor Wharton is still the only candidate to purchase broadcast television advertising in the race for Memphis Mayor.

Wharton Unveils Campaign Ad

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Commercial Appeal, Alex Doniach, 8/31/09 – In a 30-second spot that plays heavy on a unity theme, Shelby County Mayor A C Wharton released his first campaign commercial this week in his bid for Memphis Mayor.

The ad, titled “One Memphis,” uses footage gathered at a rally last week at a campaign headquarters opening event. It will air on the major networks throughout Memphis this week.

“There is absolutely nothing we cannot overcome if we work toward that goal as one Memphis,” Wharton says to a room of rousing supporters, cast against an epic-sounding score.

Strickland Campaign Ad Picked ‘Best’

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Memphis City Councilman Jim Strickland’s "Making a Difference" campaign commercial took home a 2007 award for best political television commercial in Tennessee.

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