Ad of the Day: Old Spice Walks on the Wild Side in an Outdoorsy New Campaign

Richards, Katie
February 2015
Adweek;2/6/2015, p1
Trade Publication
Advertising Review
A review is offered of an advertising campaign created by the Wieden+Kennedy advertising agency for the launch of Old Spice deodorants including Timber, Amber and Citron.


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