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P&G Looks To End “Overspraying Epidemic” With Old Spice Innovation

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

Executive Summary

Targeting what it calls an “overspraying epidemic,” P&G introduces new spray technology to its Old Spice body spray lines. The firm is supporting the launch with a new marketing campaign titled “Smellcome to Manhood.”

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