Summer push at M&S

June 2000
Marketing Event;Jun2000, p6
Reports on the agricultural show tours of Marks & Spencer company managed by RPM Communications. Shows where the company participated; Focus of the exhibition; Comments from Marks & Spencer live media manager Crispin Burridge; Profits of the company.


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