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Porsche Cars North America, last week began meeting with West Coast shops in a review for the $18-million account that will include 10 agencies from San Diego to Se" />
Porsche Cars North America, last week began meeting with West Coast shops in a review for the $18-million account that will include 10 agencies from San Diego to Se" />

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Porsche looks west By David Kiley and Fara Warne

Porsche Cars North America, last week began meeting with West Coast shops in a review for the $18-million account that will include 10 agencies from San Diego to Se

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Joel Ewanick, U.S. marketing manager at Porsche, which unexpectedly fired Fallon McElligott/ Minneapolis two weeks ago, said he has been soliciting agency reels and quietly identifying contenders for about eight weeks and has viewed creative from about 25 shops across the U.S. But, he said, because the company is based in Reno, Nev.,

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