Branding is for Cowboys

Sawyer, Christopher A.
March 2001
Automotive Manufacturing & Production;Mar2001, Vol. 113 Issue 3, p88
Trade Publication
Comments on automotive branding in the United States. Opinion on Coca-Cola's use of Santa Claus in its branding strategy; Why manufacturers must establish their brands; Information on the Trustmark initiative of Ford.


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