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Animal print clothing banned at Chessington World of Adventures in old-school PR stunt

In an old school PR move straight out of Barnum’s stable, Chessington World of Adventures, Surrey – which includes a theme park, zoo and hotel – has banned visitors from wearing animal print clothing – because ‘it is confusing the animals’, causing them to either ‘try to communicate with those wearing it’ or to ‘run away in fear’. The ban is to promote the...

Nokia’s mocking ‘Thanks #Apple’ tweet one of the most retweeted in history

It’s a tough job fighting against a rival that is voted ‘the world’s coolest brand’ , but Nokia put in a sterling effort to poke fun at Apple with a simple tweet that has gone down as one of the most retweeted brand tweets ever. Earlier this month Apple dedicated its efforts to launching its new colourful iPhones, which broke the standard black and white pattern consumers have come to expect.          ...

Victoria Beckham’s Face On A Latte For Macmillan Coffee Morning

We’ve been used to seeing Victoria Beckham’s face in the press a lot over the past few weeks as her gorgeous fashion designs have been paraded on catwalks in New York and London. But this morning it was in the press as we have never seen it before – immortalised in a cup of coffee. This latest portrait of Victoria Beckham, by New York ‘latte artist’ Michael Breach, has been created for...

Was Stonewall’s Rainbow Lace Campaign Naive?

  Clearly, any campaign that aims to help eradicate homophobia in the sometimes not-so-beautiful game has merit. Whether the recent attempts from LGBT equality charity, Stonewall, would have felt more worthwhile had they not also dished out another free round of publicity for a certain bookmaker, or had there been genuine consultations with the league and FA, is however up for debate. The campaign to get...

Tesco’s the new Amazon with its new Hudl tablet

Not something you’d normally expect from one of the country’s most popular supermarket chains, but Tesco has done it – it’s announced its very own tablet PC, called the Hudl. Aimed at those who are looking for an awesome bargain, Tesco’s new Hudl tab runs on the latest version of Android, offering up a 1.5GHz processor and a 7- inch HD screen. When I say “Tesco’s like the...

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