Paper Round (2 Jun) - Which clients are advertising in the national press?

Sought after Olympic tickets are offered by one brand in today's papers while the start of summer triggers various deals.

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Procter & Gamble promotes its Olympic partner status with ads offering the chance to win Olympic Games tickets. A full page ad in The Sun and The Times highlights P&G brands including Pringles and Fairy.

Mystery ads reappear in The Independent, The Times and The Guardian again today. The organisation or brand behind the campaign is yet to reveal itself in the press campaign which questions morality.

Drugs advice centre Release publishes an open letter to the prime minister in The Guardian calling for a huge shift in drug law and regulation. The letter is signed by a host of celebrities and MPs including Dame Judi Dench and director Mike Leigh.

As the weather forecast predicts a June heatwave Boots advertises a bogof deal on suntan lotion in The Daily Telegraph.

Meanwhile M&S advertises a summer-inspired offer of half-price strawberries and cream in The Daily Mirror and The Times.

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