Woolwich and Iceland sign Amra deals

Amra’s Capital Package has celebrated two major deals with campaigns for Woolwich Building Society and Iceland worth around £550,000.

 

The six-week Woolwich campaign, worth £350,000, was booked by Starcom Motive and will feature colour ads across Trinity Mirror and Clackson’s London portfolio of 46 titles.

 

The Iceland deal for 28x6 colour inserts, valued at around £200,000, was negotiated by MediaCom and will run in the same titles.

 

Amra managing director, Gary McNish, said: “Amra’s Capital Package has had a terrific beginning to the year attracting significant business and achieving considerable success for our advertisers.”

 

Both deals come just a month after Amra secured another major six-figure deal with Ford for dealership ads.

 

Clacksons chairman, David Kerr, added: “It is excellent to see the Capital Package continuing to attract business from high profile brands and flourishing in the important London marketplace.”

 

All prices are quoted at ratecard value.

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