Power Rangers play at Tesco

May 1999
Marketing Event;May99, p4
Reports that Tesco played host to a nationwide children's toy roadshow in April 1999 which included live television transmissions. Number of stores visited by the Power Rangers in Space Simulator Tour; What children were able to experience; Information on the tour's multiple layer marketing program.


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