Papers take the tube
Zig-Zag's Job rolling paper brand will appear on London underground posters from next month as part of a marketing push which includes full-page advertisements on the back cover of the Big Issue.
from Jenny Cotton, Mortons Marketing Sir; Your feature on Waitrose in last week’s issue rightly based its analysis on details about the relative affluence of households in catchment areas.However, a store catchment area is not...
from Stephen Allen, marketing manager Tayto (NI) Ltd Sir; In last week’s issue you carried an article entitled ‘Last Tayto plant closes’ (p12), which referred to the closure of a crisp factory owned by the C C Group in the Republic...
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