Inflated egos

July 2001
Marketing Event;Jul/Aug2001, p70
Focuses on the inflatable effigies of political party leaders in Great Britain launched by the Virgin Airship & Balloon during the June 2001 election in the country. Characteristics of politicians symbolized by the effigies.


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