National Advertising Campaign

Some articles on advertising, campaign, national advertising campaign:

Go To Work On An Egg
... Go to work on an egg" was an advertising slogan used by the United Kingdom's Egg Marketing Board during the 1950s as part of more than £12 million it spent on advertising, including a ... Author Fay Weldon helped to create the campaign ... the original television adverts were rejected by the Broadcast Advertising Clearance Centre, which observed that the adverts did not suggest a varied diet ...
Gender Effects in The Processing of Advertising
... solving problems, which could have an effect on how they interpret advertising ... research by Martin (2003) reveals that males and females differ in how they react to advertising depending on their mood at the time of exposure to the ads, and the affective tone of the advertising ...
Fi Fi Awards - Discontinued Awards - Advertising - Other Advertising Awards
... Year Award Fragrance Company 2007 Best National Advertising Campaign - TV J'Adore Dior Beauty 2006 Best National Advertising Campaign - TV Lovely Sarah ... Mugler Parfums Angel Source 1976 Best National Advertising Campaign Aviance Prince Matchabelli 1975 Best National Advertising Campaign Jovan Coty 1974 Best ...
Laurence Gartel - Selected Commissions
... Annual report Philip Morris – German national advertising campaign Commerzbank – German National advertising campaign GWW Wiesbaden – 50th anniversary commemorative image BATES Agency Frankfurt - German ...

Famous quotes containing the words campaign, national and/or advertising:

    The winter is to a woman of fashion what, of yore, a campaign was to the soldiers of the Empire.
    Honoré De Balzac (1799–1850)

    Prestige is the shadow of money and power. Where these are, there it is. Like the national market for soap or automobiles and the enlarged arena of federal power, the national cash-in area for prestige has grown, slowly being consolidated into a truly national system.
    C. Wright Mills (1916–1962)

    Now wait a minute. You listen to me. I’m an advertising man, not a red herring. I’ve got a job, a secretary, a mother, two ex- wives, and several bartenders dependent on me. And I don’t intend to disappoint them all by getting myself slightly killed.
    Ernest Lehman (b.1920)