Advertising for : 'Robbery'

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Industry of the client: Banking & Financials
Service provided: Advertising
Tags: Print, Charities, appeals, Commercials Archive, Foundations, Volunteers, Against violence, A Gun-free South Africa Adverts
FCB South Africa, based at City of Johannesburg Metropolitan Municipality, South Africa has been asked to develop Robbery for their brand A Gun-free South Africa in 2014. This campaign is known in the marketing & communication market for Print, Charities, appeals, Commercials Archive, Charities, Foundations, Volunteers, Against violence, A Gun-free South Africa Adverts.

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