Stanley R. Lee

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This article is about the author. For the comics creator, see Stan Lee. For other uses, see Stan Lee (disambiguation).

Stanley R. Lee (died 1997) was an advertising executive who wrote the novels Dunn's Conundrum (1985) and The God Project (1990) under the name "Stan Lee". He was copywriter for the notorious political commercial "Daisy" for the advertising firm DDB Worldwide and worked his way up to Senior Vice President of that company before being laid off in 1974.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Conelrad.com: "Daisy: The Complete History of an Infamous and Iconic Ad - Part Three", undated