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  1. Newbie
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    mazda

    the first mazda vhicle to use advertising featuring the "Zoom-Zoom" creative platform was the company's new model

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    Re: mazda

    If that's the question, 'Mazda' is a make of car. What the rest of it means is a fantastic* creation of a publicist's crazed mind - don't ask me what it means.

    b

    PS *This use of 'fantastic' may be new to some readers. fantastic - Dictionary definition and pronunciation - Yahoo! Education

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    Re: mazda

    Have you a question, Roma?

    Please get used to starting a sentence with a capital letter and ending it with (in this case) a full stop.

    Rover

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    Re: mazda

    If you're asking us to proofread your sentence, I would change it as follows:

    The first Mazda model to use the "Zoom, Zoom, Zoom" song and advertising campaign was the the 2000 Tribute.

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