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EVO-STIK unveils TV campaign for new Seriously Strong Stuff

EVO-STIK has launched a 10 week TV advertising campaign to promote its Seriously Strong Stuff range of high performance DIY grab adhesives.

 

The campaign, which includes a mixture of 10 second and 30 second slots, went live on August 26th ahead of the bank holiday weekend across a broad channel mix including Sky Sports News, Sky Atlantic, BT Sports, Sky 1, ESPN and Dave.

 

Focusing on the speed and strength of the new range, the adverts form part of a comprehensive marketing campaign, which includes digital and press activity, as well as a range of point of sale materials.

 

For further information and to view the advert, visit www.seriously-strong.co.uk

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