UK: Cadbury launches global ad campaign
Cadbury Schweppes is to launch a global advertising campaign for its chocolate brand, Cadbury. The campaign is due to air in the UK and Ireland this week and will also roll out in Australia and New Zealand later in the year.
The ad, which features Australian actress Pia Miranda, is based around the theme 'Choose Cadbury'. This is the first time Cadbury Schweppes has promoted Cadbury as a brand rather than its individual products.
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