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By Stephen Levine





NEW YORK–Cliff Freeman and Partners moves from the offbeat to the romantic in its latest work for Coca-Cola’s Cherry Coke.





A new TV commercial called ‘Faxing,’ which broke recently in the New York metropolitan area, features a man who asks out a woman in a most unusual way.





Positioning himself on a photocopy machine, the man photocopies himself and faxes the results to the woman.

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