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The campaign includes three print ads that will be placed in bars known to be frequented by motorcycle riders. A TV spot and dealership poster focus on avoiding getting arrested for DWI. A busboard reads, ‘Please don’t feed the pavement.’
The campaign was created for the Minnesota Department of Public Safety.
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