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December 1999
Advertising Age;12/13/1999, Vol. 70 Issue 51, p80
Trade Publication
Presents news briefs in the advertising industry as of December 13, 1999. Television advertising sales forecasted by World Wrestling Federation Entertainment; Retail sales in the traditional toy market during Thanksgiving week; Success of Burger King Corporation's promotion featuring Pokemon toys.


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