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Creevy, Jennifer
March 2000
Marketing Event;Mar2000, p49
Deals with the ways to use promotional items to attract attendees of an exhibition and prospective buyers. Factors that will help determine the giveaways to consider; Why on-stand giveaways are less targeted.


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