Topic page for Wrigley at Campaign UK
Campaign UK topic page, a collection of Wrigley articles and analysis
As more cynically-minded consumers batten down the hatches against the deluge of Valentine-themed marketing mush raining down ahead of the
Wrigleys has signed singer Sophie Ellis-Bextor to front a brand campaign that aims to get children chewing gum every day.
Ever wondered how they make Starburst so juicy? And did you ever think it might involve crooner Michael Bolton serenading
ZenithOptimedia has launched FMCG Republic to boost the agency's positioning in the competitive FMCG sector.
Skittles has released a spot in the US featuring a woman catching her friend kissing what appears to be her
Facebook Studio, a hub to view and discuss campaigns that have run on the social networking site, has gone live.
Wrigley has launched another multimillion-pound campaign to support its core Extra range and its new brand extensions, which stars its
The US version of hit British drama 'Skins' has lost a wave of its launch advertisers due to its heavy
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