1985 Feb. 12
Concerning Avon's corporate expense reduction of $100 million, resulting in largely reduced athletic programs.
Mark H. McCormack Papers
1985 Feb. 15
McCormack, Mark H.
McCormack thinks Waldron would be interested in the attached memo, sense Waldron has a goof sense of humor.
1984 Aug. 30
McCormack would like to meet soon.
Waldron explains that Avon has decided to reduce corporate expense by over one hundred billion dollars next year, and "one of the programs to bite the dust" was the bulk of their athletic programs.
1985 Jan. 14
Apologizing for not making the meeting, and discussing projects he would like Waldron to consider.
1985 May 6
Concerning the attached invoice for Wimbledon tickets the year before, McCormack writes "All of our people now know that I know you and think I am the only one who can get Avon invoices paid."
1984 July 23
McCormack hopes to see Waldron in the near future.