After postponing the rollout of its redesigned-for-’09 F-150 fullsize pickup, Ford Motor Co. pulls ahead the truck’s marketing campaign launch. Advertising will begin in November, one month earlier than planned, says Jim Farley, group vice president-marketing and communications. Introduction of the newest iteration of Ford’s flagship, America’s best-selling pickup for 31 years running, was delayed to give dealers a chance to move ’08 models in an economic climate dubbed “very fragile” ...

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