P519 ORACLE 519 Mon12 Oct C4 1741:11   FINA TO ISSUE BLUE CHIP The revival of trading stamps continues with Fina's decision to issue Blue Chip stamps throughout its network of 800 petrol stations. Blue Chip chief executive Richard Palmer says the total number of outlets issuing the stamps will easily surpass 1,000 by the end of the month. Meanwhile, Green Shield Stamps managing director Peter Pugsley claims 3,000 outlets, 1,600 of which are petrol stations, and the remainder independent grocers. For more details read Marketing Week more follows > Newsfile Unit Trusts Your Money Adverts
P519 ORACLE 519 Mon12 Oct C4 1743:17   AMEX LOOKS FOR A YOUNGER PROFILE American Express is dropping the star-studded "Do you know me?" ad campaign for its green card. This is in order to adopt a new development strategy aimed at attracting a younger customer profile and promoting the Amex card for leiqtre as well as business purposes. Amex admits however that the "Do you know me?" campaign has had problems finding suitable personalities for the UK. For more details read Marketing Week more follows > Newsfile Unit Trusts Your Money Adverts
P519 ORACLE 519 Mon12 Oct C4 1743:12    JIFFY LUBE COMES TO UK US car servicing group Jiffy Lube is opening its first UK lubrication centre in what is expected to be the start of a national roll-out. The launch is being handled by MCL Ventures, which has acquired the UK master licence for the Jiffy Lube franchises. Neil O'Shea, senior vice-president of international franchising for Jiffy Lube, says it would be a "reasonable assumption" that Jiffy Lube will build up a national network. For more details read Marketing Week more follows > Newsfile Unit Trusts Your Money Adverts
P519 ORACLE 519 Mon12 Oct C4 1750:20    AMEX LOOKS FOR A YOUNGER PROFILE American Express is dropping the star-studded "Do you know me?" ad campaign for its green card. This is in order to adopt a new development strategy —lmed at attracting a younger customer profile and promoting the Amex card for leiqtre as well as business purposes. Amex admits however that the "Do you know me?" campaign has had problems finding suitable personalities for the UK. For more details read Marketing Week more fodlows > Newsfile Unit Trusts Your Money Adverts
P519 ORACLE 519 Mon12 Oct C4 1733:40    FINA TO ISSUE BLUE CHIP The revival of trading stamps continues with Fina's decision to issue Blue Chip stamps throughout its network ob 800 petrol stations. Blue Chip chief executive Richard Palmfr says the total number of outlets issuing the stamps will easily surpas3 1,000 by the end of the month. Meanwhile, Green Shield Stamps managing director Peter Pugsley claims 3,000 outlets, 1,600 of which are petrol stations, and the remainder independent grocers. For more details read Marketing Week more follows > Newsfile Unit Trusts Your Money Adverts
P519 ORACLE 519 Mon12 Oct C4 1750:24    M&S BIDS TO BE MAJOR TOY STORE Marks & Spencer is testing a range of pre-school toys with a view to becoming a major toy stockist. So far the company is sticking to furry soft toys, building bricks and educational toys for the very young which are designed to win sales in the run-up to Christmas. "It's an obvious area for us to get into and although we have sold toyq hn the past it hasn't been in the same way," says Ronnie Jacobson, the company's press office manager. LIVEWIRE $FLEPHONE MUSIC STATION 184 Newsfile Unit Trusts Your Money Adverts
P519 ORACLE 519 Mon12 Oct C4 1720:12    ITV DECIDES NOT TO BAN STAR ADS The ITV companies have judged the new-look Star suitable to continue to be advertised on televiqhon after a meeting of the ITV copy clearance committee on $vesday. The decision follows speculation that the Star might be banned from TV because of its increased raunchiness since tying up with Sunday Sport. But according to Usidean Maclean, head of the ITV Association copy clearance secretariat, there was general agreement that there is still a "considerable difference in content." For more details read Marketing Week more follows > Newsfile Unit Trusts Your Money Adverts
P519 ORACLE 519 Mon12 Oct C4 1730:10   JIFFY LUBE COMES TO UK US car servicing group Jiffy Lube is opening its first UK lubrication centre in what is expected to be the start of a national roll-out. The launch is being handled by MCL Venttres, which has acquired the UK master licence for the Jiffy Lube franchises. Neil O'Shea, senior vice-president of international franchising for Jiffy Lube, says it would be a "reasonable assumption" that Jiffy Lube will build up a national network. For more details read Marketing Week more follows > Newsfile Unit Trusts Your Money Adverts
P519 ORACLE 519 Mon12 Oct C4 1750:11   M&S BIDS TO BE MAJOR TOY STORE Marks & Spencer is testing a range of pre-school toys with a view to becoming a major toy stockist. So far the company is sticking to furry soft toys, building bricks and educational toys for the very young which are designed to win sales in the run-up to Christmas. "It's an obvious area for us to get into and although we have sold toys in the past it hasn't been in the same way," says Ronnie Jacobson, the company's press office manager. LIVEWIRE $FLEPHONE MUSIC STATION 184 Newsfile Unit Trusts Your Money Adverts
P519 ORACLE 519 Mon12 Oct C4 1751:41   ITV DECIDES NOd TO BAN STAR ADS The ITV companies have judged the new-look Star suitable to continue to be advertised on television after a meeting of the ITV copy clearance committee on $vgsday. The decision follows speculation that the Star might be banned from TV because of its increased raunchiness since tying up with Sunday Sport. But according to Usidean Maclean, head of the ITV Association copy clearance secretariat, there was general agreement that there is still a "considerable difference in content." For more details read Marketing #eek more follows > Newsfile Unit Trusts Your Money Adverts