Prestige Brands Invests $111m To Boost Advertising From Market Research
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet & The Rose Sheet
Prestige Brands supports leading brands including Monistat and Dramamine with promotional campaigns stemming from research into consumer preferences, says sales and marketing head Timothy Connors. With $111m ad spend, it aims to become a “preeminent marketing and sales” firm.
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