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Democrats turn to Hollywood for messaging advertising help
"One of the first things we were at least talking about in the beginning meetings was how to improve upon the message advertising as to what does the Democratic Party stand for, what does that represent," said Andrew Marcus, who owns the television and film company Apiary Entertainment. "When the Republican Party or [President Donald] Trump is able to say `Make America great again' and nobody that I know can tell you what the DNC or any of the leading candidates' slogans [are], I think that's a marketing advertising problem."
"I was looking for something to do that didn't involve giving money," Gregory said. "What I like about this thing is it's not transactional."
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by Cat on Tue Jun 12th, 2018 at 02:15:35 PM EST
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