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CORRECTIONS

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In "'Jurassic' sequel set to be promo monster" (Feb. 10, P. 1), Lowe & Partners/SMS, New York, is only responsible for the Mercedes-Benz tie-in with the upcoming "The Lost World: Jurassic Park." JVC and Timberland Co. aren't Lowe clients. AGG International, New York, will handle JVC's promotion.

In "Taco Bell plans overhaul to get beyond low prices" (Feb. 10, P. 2), the fast-food chain's CEO is John Antioco.

In "On a Roll" (Jan. 20, P. 24), Val-Pak Direct Marketing did not sue African American Value Pack. Instead, Val-Pak issued a cease and desist order, forcing the company to change its name to Nia Direct.

In "Fledgling soccer league ready to draft ad agency" (Jan. 6, P. 37), a McDonald's spot featuring soccer star Tab Ramos and basketball's Scottie Pippen

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