Reebok shifts focus to health

May 1999
Marketing Event;May99, p5
Reports that shoe company Reebok has shifted its target market from teenagers to the health-conscious with the 1999 edition of its summer roadshow. What the roadshow will offer to visitors; Theme of the previous year; Comments from Frankie Holloway, ZGC board director.


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