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In a move that may portend a new strategic direction for its $130-million Taco Bell client, Foote, Cone & Belding/S.F. has pulled together a creative team" />
In a move that may portend a new strategic direction for its $130-million Taco Bell client, Foote, Cone & Belding/S.F. has pulled together a creative team" />

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New Cooks: FCB Assembles Taco Bell Team By Daniel S. Levin

In a move that may portend a new strategic direction for its $130-million Taco Bell client, Foote, Cone & Belding/S.F. has pulled together a creative team

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Among the new staff members brought by recently appointed group creative director Robin Raj is Bryan Birch, former svp/co-creative director for Mazda at FCB’s Orange County Office.
The other members of the creative posse include art director Ken Woodard and copywriter Suzanne Finnamore, who worked as a team at Hal Riney & Partners/S.F.

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