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After working several years as a salesman for Vick Chemical Co., he came to P&G, initially working with Gleem toothpaste before taking over Crest.
And you've now got Thad's Gleem smile (though yours is warm, not evil).
Three years later, he joined P&G, initially marketing Gleem and Crest toothpastes.
Way, way back in 2004, when the future was brighter than a brand-spanking new tube of Gleem toothpaste, the accomplished doctor-wife of insurgent candidate Howard Dean got it right when she pulled a Dennis Thatcher and refused to be a public player in her spouse's campaign.
Syfy, with its unusual spelling, can be, which is also why diapers are called Luvs, an online video Web site is called Joost and a toothpaste is called Gleem.
Some senior named Thad wearing Vuarnets and baggy khaki shorts ambled up with an evil Gleem smile.