Puma appoints agency in run up to World Cup

- Sportswear company Puma has appointed Wallis Tomlinson to its £1m UK business without a pitch as it prepares for a burst of activity in time for the World Cup this summer.

- Sportswear company Puma has appointed Wallis Tomlinson to its £1m UK business without a pitch as it prepares for a burst of activity in time for the World Cup this summer.

The proposed spend will be divided between TV and press work with the first work due to appear in Loaded, ID and Sky Magazine this month.

The business, which was formerly held by Saatchi & Saatchi, spent £550, 000 last year. Media planning and buying remains with Zenith Media.

In addition to advertising, Wallis Tomlinson will also have responsibility for below the line activity.

Tony Jarvis, sales and marketing director for Puma, said: "We were impressed by Wallis Tomlinson's energy, attitude and different approach, all of which were refreshing to our business. We look forward to working together







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