After the conclusion of this week's "Mad Men," AMC sent journalists an unexpected treat: a press release regarding the newly minted Sterling Cooper & Partners logo.
"You have to agree the ampersand is funky," SC&P partner Jim Cutler says in the statement, which is credited to Peggy Olson.
The Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce logo looked like this:
After painful debates on the show, here's the new name and logo:
Here's the full press release:
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