Paper Round (10 March) - Which clients are advertising in the national press?
Car manufacturers flood the broadsheets and supermarkets target families before the weekend food shop, in today's round up of ads in the national press.
Seat reminds readers they don't have to pay VAT when buying its Leon S Emocion model. The car manufacturer takes out a full page in The Times, breaking down its price and fees.
Fiat meanwhile continues to push its "no congestion charge" message with a full page in The Times, while in the Daily Mirror it promises to "make life easier".
Mercedes-Benz puts forward the option to rent one of its cars with a half page in The Independent aimed at business bosses.
Peugeot warns readers "beware the consequences of envy" in its latest campaign in The Independent and the Daily Mirror.
Citroen advertises its C3 and C1 models as "city cars" in The Daily Telegraph.
Asda drops the price of it fresh herbs, taking out a half page in The Daily Telegraph and the Daily Express to promise "low prices every day". In the Daily Mirror, the Daily Mail and the Daily Express the supermarket highlights its fresh chicken deals.
Tesco advertises its Tesco Direct catalogue in The Sun with a full page highlighting garden equipment and computers.
Morrisons takes out a double page spread to push half price frozen foods in the Daily Express, The Sun and the Daily Mail.
Sainsbury’s continues its Comic Relief creative, telling readers of The Sun "we're doing something funny for money".
Centre Point returns to its long running campaign asking newspaper readers to sponsor a room for a homeless young person. A full page appears in The Times using the tagline "Did you see John?".
Halifax takes out two consecutive full pages in The Daily Telegraph promising to reward customers for banking with them.
John Lewis focuses on Hewlett Packard Printers in an ad in The Independent. The half page spells out the retailers service promises.
This article was first published on mediaweek.co.uk
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