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Topic - Olivier Francois
Chrysler marketing chief Olivier Francois said Paramount Pictures bartered work on the commercials in exchange for the promotion in the ads of an "Anchorman" sequel that is due out in December.
"Berry Gordy is a true inspiration and has paved the way to signify the sound and the drive that reflects the spirit of Detroit and the people who live in it," said Olivier Francois, Chief Marketing Officer, Chrysler Group LLC. "It is a privilege to have such a legendary icon partner with the Chrysler brand and the 300 Motown Edition."