Courts' spoof ads replace Brucie

Kidd, Andrew
September 1998
Cabinet Maker;09/11/98, Issue 5105, p6
Trade Publication
States that Courts has replaced its Judge For Yourself advertisement with a 20 million pounds advertising campaign programs such as 999 and Police Camera Action. Focus on the gap between reality and perception; Court's reason for the move; Expansion of the company's advertising from southern to national coverage.


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