Brands working for the community

Salem, Lesley
December 2004
Brand Strategy;Dec2004/Jan2005, Issue 188, p8
Trade Publication
Comments on the surge of community spirit among brand marketers in Great Britain. Offer of extended support of brands to consumers; Implication of the desire to connect to other communities.


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