Westons cider calls advertising review

Westons, the cider-maker, is looking for an agency to handle all advertising as it ramps up marketing activity.

Westons: calls review
Westons: calls review

The company, which owns brands including Stowford Press, Wyld Wood, Old Rosie and Henry Westons, is conducting a pitch via AAR.

Westons, which has not previously used a retained ad agency, will hold briefings this week. Activity is likely to initially focus on one brand.

Last summer, the company secured a three-year sponsorship deal with the England and Wales Cricket Board to make Stowford Press its official cider.

Westons said it aims to promote Stowford Press at all England’s home international matches and will "undertake a range of wider commercial activity to maximise the sponsorship".

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