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BK: 'Our Way. Right Away': Once More Burger King Will Try a Fresh Approach; Mid-Sized Boutiques May Be Included in Review By Michael McCarthy and Scott Hum

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However, the end result could be different. Sources said the creative portion of the huge account might not land at a multinational agency and could end up with a creative boutique or mid-sized U.S. agency. The burger chain may unbundle its media buying and field-force responsibilities, which could open the account up to media buying services and smaller agencies.

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