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Home Supplies-4-U, a retailer, negotiates its advertisement budget with Simple Foods, manufacturer of a leading diet-food brand. What they aim to execute can be described as ________________. a. comparative advertising. b. cost-effective advertising. c. budget advertising. d. cooperative advertising.
Home Supplies-4-U, a retailer, negotiates its advertisement budget with Simple Foods, manufacturer of a leading diet-food brand. What they aim to execute can be described as cooperative advertising.
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Home Supplies-4-U, a retailer, negotiates its advertisement budget with Simple Foods, manufacturer of a leading diet-food brand. What they aim to execute can be described as cooperative advertising.
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