June 1999
Marketing Event;Jun99, p66
Presents update on special events in Great Britain as of June 1999. Contract of Typhoo, a tea manufacturer, with the Millennium Dome; Decision of `Country Living' magazine to sponsor the 1999 Golden Shears Shearing Competition; Role of the AeroSuperBatics in the advertising campaign of Utterly Butterly.


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