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With some provocative greetings for President Clinton and Microsoft Corp. founder Bill Gates, E-greetings Network next month breaks a $6 million print, outdoor and online ad campaign for its free online greeting cards. The campaign is the first from new agency Butler, Shine & Stern, Sausalito, Calif. Ads include outdoor in San Francisco and Washington, with a drawing of the White House with a zipper down the front and a note that E-greetings are confidential . Print will run in GQ, People, Rolling Stone, Spin, Wired and Out. Outdoor ads direct users to a Web site where ad messages are updated to coincide with
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