Evans gives advertising task to Leith London

August 2006
Campaign;8/4/2006, Issue 31, p2
Trade Publication
The article reports that Leith London Corp. is entrusted with the account of Arcadia-owned fashion retailer, Evans Inc. The agency which will change its name to Farm following its merger with the agency in June, 2006, won the business after a final pitch against JWT Label. Evans which is looking to increase its advertising presence in the UK specializes in clothes for women sized 16 to 32.


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