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'It'sallinside' Penney's new ads

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J.C. Penney Co., Plano, Texas, repositions its brand with a new $200 million campaign breaking Sept. 10 on ABC's Emmy awards telecast. Tagged "It'sallinside," the campaign is based on research finding Penney's target customer to be a "self-directed woman" intent on expressing "her own personal style," said Stephen Farley, senior VP-chief marketing officer. The new tagline will appear on in-store collateral, pre-printed newspaper inserts, direct mail, radio and TV commercials. The campaign is the first Penney's work from new agency DDB Worldwide, Chicago and Dallas, which won the account in May.

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