Not only is Clive Davis a part of the furniture in the music business, he’s also a New York City institution. The 85-year-old music mogul, who has been key to the success of acts such as Bruce Springsteen, Janis Joplin, Billy Joel, Whitney Houston and Alicia Keys, was born in Brooklyn and now splits his...
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The ads run exclusively on out-of-homemedia along various NJ TRANSIT bus, rail, and light rail lines to reach commuters and residents throughout the summer. The message is supported across social media via the #AdoptACityPet hashtag.