December 2002
Brand Strategy;Dec2002, Issue 166, p39
Trade Publication
Reports developments related to marketing in Europe. Creation of tumblefryer for frying by Stuart Morrison; Availability of chocolate brassier from designer Reinlinde Trummer; Prevention of other businesses to use Father Christmas Limited for any retail sales and advertising services on the Internet.


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