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Pepsi and BBDO New York Rekindle Relationship 7 Years After Their Big Breakup

Seven years after a painful breakup, Pepsi and longtime agency BBDO New York have rekindled their relationship.
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September 24, 2015
Marshawn Lynch plays reluctant spokesman in new ad
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Seven years after a painful breakup, Pepsi and longtime agency BBDO New York have rekindled their relationship.
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