Laura's far from being idle

March 2002
Cabinet Maker;3/1/2002, Issue 5276, p29
Trade Publication
Reports the involvement of Pop Idol contestant Laura Doherty in the advertising campaign of Reid Furniture as sofa Queen in Belfast, Northern Ireland. Appearance of Doherty in a leaflet ad in Scotland; Responsibility of Doherty to promote the products of Reid by touring the country; Endorsement of the 'Sit Down and Reid' storytelling initiative for pre-schoolers.


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