Under Our Wing

September 2009
Best's Review;Sep2009, Vol. 110 Issue 5, p20
Trade Publication
The article reports on the launch of an integrated marketing campaign by insurance company Aflac Inc. in the U.S. It reveals that the company's campaign bears the tagline "We've Got You Under Our Wing" which focuses on how its products differ with medical insurance and how it offers benefits to customers. It states that its campaign will be featured in three television commercials showcasing the Aflac Duck.


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