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Eager to prove its knowledge of the Canadian market, Arian, Lowe & Travis has enlisted the Immigration and Naturalization Service to lure potential client Bombardier (which is currently reviewing its Ski-Doo snowmobile account).
All of the Chicago agency’s communications to the Valcourt, Quebec, company have been made to look as if they have been intercepted by the INS, which supposedly has the shop under surveillance because of its frequent interactions with Canada.

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