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Today's Influence Ads: Starbucks Says Thanks

Starbucks has a new ad out today thanking customers for participating in Starbucks Global Month of Service this month, according to a compilation of print influence ads by Kantar Media's Campaign Media Analysis Group. "What a difference a month can make," the ad says. "In April, more than 700,000 people like you worked with us locally to create an impact globally. With over 200,000 hours of service and $4 million contributed - this year's efforts were a huge success."

As today's Washington Eye shows, Boeing, the Institute for Economic Empowerment of Women and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce/GFI Group have new ads today.

Others with ads today are Altria, America's Natural Gas Alliance, the American Beverage Association, American Heart Association/American Stroke Association, American Petroleum Institute, Chevron, CTIA, the European Union Delegation to the USA, ExxonMobil, the Nuclear Energy Institute, Oshkosh Defense, Taste of the South, TriWest Healthcare Alliance, United Healthcare, Volkswagen and WellPoint.

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