SAN FRANCISCO – Subaru of America Inc. is not dropping super cyclist Lance Armstrong as its spokesman, but the auto maker no longer will use the 6-time Tour de France winner in television commercials. Rumors surfaced in March that Armstrong would not be included in Subaru’s latest advertising efforts. (See related story: Armstrong May Be Out as Subaru Spokesman) “You’ll see him this summer,” promises Tim Bennett, Subaru advertising director. “He’ll be doing non-TV work for us, but he ...

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