A Cut Above

Nudd, Tim
October 2009
Adweek;10/26/2009, Vol. 50 Issue 38, p37
Trade Publication
News briefs on advertising are presented. Advertising for a toy company in Mexico created by the agency Young & Rubicam aroused controversy for a high level of violence. Some runners have objected to advertising for athletic shoes from New Balance created by the agency BBDO. The comedians Rhett & Link have created a memorable advertisement for a mobile-home dealership.


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