Paper Round (7 Jun) - Which clients are advertising in the national press?

The National Lottery promotes tonight's draw and government policy is the subject of two campaigns.

The Sun: offers savings in Tesco stores
The Sun: offers savings in Tesco stores

The National Lottery takes out full page ads across the tabloids to promote tonight’s Euro Millions draw. The ads promise 15 UK millionaires.

Energy provider Wartsila takes out a full page in The Times to suggest sustainable power options to the Government.

Sound Off For Justice also targets the government with an ad calling for action over legal aid cuts. The ad in The Times reads "government cuts to legal aid will cost more than they save".

Asda’s George clothing range promotes school uniforms in The Sun, The Daily Mail, and The Daily Express.

O2 promises to connect businesses of all sizes with an ad in The Sun and The Times. Meanwhile mobile network Three advertises the white iPhone 4.

Expedia.co.uk places an ad in The Independent suggesting a weekend in Rome to readers. The ads also appear in The Times and The Daily Telegraph and The Guardian.

Finally Bonhams advertises its auction services in The Daily Telegraph.

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