Hallmark books its biggest stand

Goddard, Charlotte
February 1999
Marketing Event;Feb99, p6
Describes the stand of Hallmark company at the Birmingham Spring Fair in England held on February 7-11, 1999. Marketing of the company through Leo Burnett; Comments from marketing manager Steven Sedgwick; Number of exhibitors invited at the fair.


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