By Lisa Haarlander CHICAGO, June 23 (Reuters) - The last thing Chicago commuters expected to see from the windows of their speeding subway train was a smiling model. The dark-haired woman glanced at her silky legs, and the image dissolved to show a tube of moisturizer just before the train reached the downtown Washington Street station. The advertising clip for Aveeno's Continuous Radiance, made by Johnson & Johnson , stuck with commuters who barely noticed the products pushed on ...
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