MAS will spend £20m on brand and marketing

Holt, Natalie
April 2012
Money Marketing;4/5/2012, p2
The article reports on the plan of Money Advice Service (MAS) to spend 20 million British pounds on marketing and brand awareness for 2012-13.


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