NEW YORK – “Our mission is to be cool again," says Chris Hamer, Cadillac's advertising director. That's the image he's seeking to bring to Cadillac with advertising and promotional tie-ins to events that attract trendsetters. The trick is to accomplish this without offending traditional Cadillac customers. Escalade raised Cadillac’s profile with trendsetters. "We're selling to people of all ages," he says. Cadillac doesn't want to push the status of the Escalade, the model ...
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