UK: Diageo to give Guinness interactive push

By just-drinks.com editorial team | 1 February 2007

Diageo is set to make a concerted move into interactive marketing with the launch of its latest ad campaign for Guinness in the UK.

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Diageo is set to make a concerted move into interactive marketing with the launch of its latest ad campaign for Guinness in the UK.

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