Chick Smith wins Dairy Farmers brief

Nicholson, Kate
July 2006
Campaign;7/28/2006, Issue 30, p6
Trade Publication
The article informs that dairy farmers of Great Britain are hoping to increase sales of milk with the appointment of Chick Smith Trott to Dairy Farmers of Britain's advertising account. Trott will develop a campaign to increase awareness of the Dairy Farmers of Britain brand and promote a number of product launches.


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