Sport stars to push Pringles

February 1999
Marketing Event;Feb99, p14
Reports that Procter & Gamble enlisted the Harlem Globetrotters basketball team to push the launch of its Pringles brand in Norway through a marketing campaign created by Leo Burnett. Comments from Outi Maatta, Pringles brand manager in Scandinavia.


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