Paper Round (31 May) - Which clients are advertising in the national press?

Travel companies promote summer holidays to readers in today's papers, after the bank holiday weekend.

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Virgin Holidays advertises trips to Florida in The Times, promising readers a "rockstar service" and deals on flights and hotels.

Ryanair promotes trips to Norway with ads in The Daily Telegraph and The Independent. The airline focuses on Dusseldorf in The Guardian.

Park Resorts holidays includes a pull-out in The Daily Mirror promoting summer holiday resorts and campsites in Britain.

Eurostar meanwhile continues its press campaign under the strapline "exploring is beautiful", and encourages readers of the Daily Telegraph to discover Paris.

For those looking to replace their boiler, British Gas offers a scrappage discount when buying a Worcester model. Ads in the Times, The Guardian, The Independent, The Daily Mail and The Daily Express detail the terms of the offer.

Musician Liam Gallagher appears in the latest John Lewis ad promoting the Philips Fidelio docking speaker range in The Times.

Bonhams places a half-page ad in The Daily Telegraph offering free art valuations to readers thinking of auctioning off their collections.

Asda’s George clothing range takes out a double page spread in The Sun, The Daily Mail and The Daily Express promoting a "kids half term holiday shop" with children's clothing from £2.

Tesco takes out several ads in The Sun as well as tying up with the paper to offer discount vouchers on products including bread, fish and tomatoes.

While The Daily Mail offers readers a deal to "eat out for half price" in selected restaurants.

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