Updating Americana AbramsonEhrlich Revives Burma-Shave, Recalls Rural Roadside Icons for Cable TV

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By Katy Eckmann





ATLANTA–Burma-Shave is back.





For the first time in 30 years, the shaving cream–an advertising icon famous for its rhyming roadside signs–has re-entered the U.S. market with a cable television spot created by AbramsonEhrlichManes in Washington, D.C.





AbramsonEhrlichManes (AEM) was hired a year ago by American Safety Razor in Staunton, Va.,

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