Power into kids' scene

Mistry, Bhavna
November 1997
Marketing Event;Nov/Dec97, p23
Cites the aggressive advertising campaign for chocolate drinks for children in Great Britain. Ovaltine Power's 10-venue roadshow; Television and print advertisements for kid's chocolate drinks; Views of parents on the issue. INSET: Parents' views..


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