Powell, Rheingold Spark Convention Controversy

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NEW YORK Rheingold’s outdoor campaign created for the Republican National Convention will finally see the light of day this week after being partially rejected by outdoor companies.

The three-poster campaign features black-and-white photographs of New Yorkers: one pictures a woman with a towering bouffant and a shirt reading Orange Alert; another shows a man being spanked; and a third presents a woman standing in a New York street.

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