Mortimer, Ruth
January 2003
Brand Strategy;Jan2003, Issue 167, p8
Trade Publication
Presents the views of marketing executives and a consumer on how The National Lottery can gain back the trust of its consumers in Great Britain. Failure of the advertising campaign to revive the fortune of the lottery operator; Needs to refocus on the core lottery game; Advantages of managing corporate reputation of the lottery operator.


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