Nestlé offer gives kids golden opportunity in a novel fashion

February 2002
In-Store Marketing;Feb2002, p5
Trade Publication
Focuses on the sales promotion of Nestlé for Wonka milk chocolate bars. Description of the advertisements for the product; Information on the company's deal with the television station Nickelodeon.


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