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The Battle for Coke Wages on Into 1994: Ex-McCann creative Paul Cappelli Joins The Fight With One of CAA's Production Houses By Michael McCarth

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Sources said Cappelli has been pursued by one of the production houses working for CAA and has agreed to work with them on a project basis. At press time, Cappelli could not be reached for comment.
With both McCann and CAA deep into round two of the fight to control Coke Classic advertising in 1994, sources said the talent agency has already presented and won approval for some 1994 work.

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