Jed Kim

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As Californians begin buying Powerball lottery tickets for the first time, the agency running it is coming under increasing criticism for the promotional campaign it used in the lead…

Powerball’s advertising campaign leaves some feeling cold

As Californians begin buying Powerball lottery tickets for the first time, the agency running it is coming under increasing criticism for the promotional campaign it used in the lead…

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