WASHINGTON The National Restaurant Association has urged a company expected to advertise during Super Bowl XLI to shelve the commercial if it indeed casts the industry as a hopeless place to work, as previews have suggested. The spot reportedly depicts the downfall of Kevin Federline from a well-off pop-star to a down-and-out fast-food worker. The ad is an installment of the ongoing campaign for Nationwide, the insurance company, tag-lined “Life comes at you fast.”“We hope that ...

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