The Oshawa Times, 29 Jan 1959, p. 14 (2024)

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ReneNorth)part -- to const and save thelr,ad dollars rather than put emergency emphasis on special radioand TV spot announcements orcircularsOAKLAND, CAL Supermarket . chains remained very,strong for newspaper advertising, |Of four chains surveyed oper:ating 145 supers two Investedjust under 100 per cent of their rdhudgets in newspapers, The othertwo chains spent more then $0per cent of their ad dollars for|newspaper space,| SupermarketsPrefer PapersFor AdvertisingSupermarkets continued to in|vest the vast majority of their ad-vertising dollars in newspaperslast year, according to & Supermarket News survey of the advertising practices of supers located In Los Angeles, Philadelphie, New York, Miami and Oakland, Cal, For the most partsupermarkels invested anywhere{from B5 to 99 per cent of thelrad budgets in this medium. 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The Oshawa Times, 29 Jan 1959, p. 14 (2024)


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