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Marcus by Goldman Sachs’ “You Can Money” campaign positions the bank as Main Street’s primary account

  • A new campaign for Marcus by Goldman Sachs features actress Rosamund Pike, as the brand’s character 'M'.
  • The advertising targets the mass market with a message that Marcus is a viable primary account.
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