AMERICAN CANYON, Calif. — A 535-square-foot London re-creation complete with landmarks is being sponsored by Procter & Gamble at a Wal-Mart here in celebration of the Olympic Games. The display includes a 21-foot Big Ben with a working clock that chimes every 15 minutes; a replica of the London Eye that stands 18 feet and rotates just like the world’s largest observation wheel; and two 8-foot, double-decker buses featuring front window-mounted television screens airing ...

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