OAA 'Britain thinks' by Beta

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The Outdoor Advertising Association was forced to pull one of the posters in its new campaign after complaints from parent support group Mumsnet.

The campaign has already prompted much discussion as it aims to promote use of outdoor advertising.

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Released: 04 January 2010

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Project name
Britainthinks.com

Client
Britainthinks.com

Creative agency
(Beta)

Copywriter
(Beta)

Art director
Beta)

Planner
(Beta)

Media agency
OAA

Media planner
OAA

Exposure
National

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