No TV? Ford makes its Escape in print

Halliday, Jean
July 2000
Automotive News;7/31/2000, Vol. 74 Issue 5886, p42
Trade Publication
Reports on Ford Motor Co.'s launch of a print advertising campaign for its Escape sport utility vehicle in the United States as of July 31, 2000. Company's refusal to launch a television advertising campaign during the commercial actors' strike in against the advertising industry in the U.S.


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