Crumpler - Marketing

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Crumpler always reinforced its stance as an innovative business, pioneering what is now referred to as 'viral marketing', initially spray-painting its memorable logo on bicycle paths in the city, and lately promoting 'Beer for Bags' week during which the only currency accepted in company shops is beer.


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