UK: AG Barr lines up Irn-Bru rugby league deals

By editorial team | 2 February 2009

AG Barr has confirmed two rugby-based partnerships in the UK for its Irn-Bru soft drinks brand.

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AG Barr has confirmed two rugby-based partnerships in the UK for its Irn-Bru soft drinks brand.

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