The Motorola ad, slated to run in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, USA Today and The Washington Post on Wednesday, is meant to make readers, including Motorola’s own employees, feel good that the new phone will be made in America. “We knew this would be a challenge,” the ad says. “In fact, some people said it couldn’t be done. But we’re not just any company.”
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