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Seattle Exposed!

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While it's too late to actually enter The Seattle Show, it's not too late to direct your attention to the online call for entries. It features various Seattle creatives doing their best (worst?) imitations of Calvin Klein models -- in this case obsessed with winning a Chubby, which is what Seattle ad folks really do call their annual awards. Creatives appearing in this online montage include Digital Kitchen's Paul Matthaeus and Robin Naughton of Engine Interactive -- on the frontpage -- Simeon Roane of Publicis/Seattle, Pam Fujimoto of Wongdoody and, on the bearskin rug, Cal McAllister of Wexley School for Girls. PLUS: Yogi Berra sues TBS over a Sex and the City ad.
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