Advertising for : 'THE EXHIBITION THAT SHOULDN'T EXIST'

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Industry of the client: Banking & Financials
Service provided: Advertising
Tags: Commercials Archive, Charities, Foundations, Volunteers, DM, Public Health, Safety, Public Awareness Messages, ControlArms.org Adverts
Leo Burnett India, based at Maharashtra, India has been asked to develop THE EXHIBITION THAT SHOULDN'T EXIST for their brand ControlArms.orgProduct: Control Arms in 2012. This campaign is known in the marketing & communication market for Commercials Archive, Charities, Foundations, Volunteers, DM, Public Health, Safety, Public Awareness Messages, ControlArms.org Adverts.

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