Campaign Diary: You must Recognise

Everyone was obviously busy doing the George Best competition last week because we only got two entries to You Must Recognise and both were wrong. The correct answers were: 1. Twister (Volvo); 2. The Fugitive (Sony TV); 3. Close Encounters of the Third Kind (VW).

Everyone was obviously busy doing the George Best competition last

week because we only got two entries to You Must Recognise and both were

wrong. The correct answers were: 1. Twister (Volvo); 2. The Fugitive

(Sony TV); 3. Close Encounters of the Third Kind (VW).



Next week, therefore, will be a rollover week. What you’ve got to do is

say which books are referred to, either directly or indirectly, in the

following ads. Answers by fax on 0171-413 4507 by noon on Friday 24

January.



Send your rants to Belinda Archer, Campaign, 174 Hammersmith Road,

London W6 7JP.



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