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See You in Court!
Under pressure to draw new customers, more marketers are stepping over the line with wild advertising claims. And rivals aren’t letting them get away with it.

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Pepsi-Cola, Taco Bell, Motorola and Frito-Lay sign up for placement and promotions behind Goldmember, the third installment of New Line’s feisty Austin Powers franchise.

Civic Participation
Honda hitches with MTV for on-air and Web promotions behind the Civic Tour summer concert series, including a ride with rock band Incubus on the Inc-U-Bus.

AntiViral Marketing
Antivirus software import Trend Micro will spend $20M to boot up its first branding campaign, using the game Go as its central theme.

Sweat(NEW)Dreams
Ban, the roll-on antiperspirant brand, looks to expand by targeting women in a $10M campaign for its sting-free Ban Beautifully Smooth. Meanwhile, Lava soap returns to TV after a long Hiatus.

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-Four Seasons books pitch for its timeshare offerings.
-VW goes upscale with TV and print for its W8 Passat.
-BMW thinks big in a guerrilla effort for its Mini.
-The WNBA preps “Summer Love” promotion with assists from Anheuser-Busch, AmEx and Sears.
-Nokia, AmEx and Reebok report for Fox/DreamWorks’ futuristic fable, Minority Report.