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Dan Wieden, who instituted the adage for which Nike is as yet popular,
passed on Friday at his Portland home at 77 years old. Wieden shaped
Wieden + Kennedy with David Kennedy on April Blockhead's Day 1982
in Portland. Wieden, who pulled back from an ordinary job with the
organization in 2015, is credited with authoring the expression, "Take
care of business." The popular organization was liable for notable missions
and an exploring narrative style promotion from Honda. Its precarious
camera procedure was broadly imitated from that point in the business.
In an explanation, Wieden + Kennedy said: "We are grief stricken. In any
case, significantly more thus, we are overwhelmed with appreciation and love.
Much thanks to you Dan, for tossing the entryways completely open for
individuals to satisfy their maximum capacity. Much thanks to you for your
endurance, boldness, confidence and standing adoration. Much thanks to
you for making this delightful inventive life conceivable. We will miss you to such an extent."