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The will be another taster outside Asda a week later to publicise the 17-act festival on August 18.
To publicise the new TNT channel in Belgium a big red button was placed in a quiet Flemish square with a sign saying "push to add drama".
If you have an event or service you want to publicise on MHNE's website www.mhne.co.uk please contact info@mhne.co.uk or ring 0191 411 1575.
Between now and when the games take place in August, the official WFG08 Games DVD and other promotional material to publicise the event will be screened on a regular basis on Sky's Open Culture Channel 167.
ACKLAM: Among the many clubs and groups who publicise their meetings and events on the TS postcode websites is The Cleveland Branch of Embroiderers' Guild.
The website will publicise local and force-wide policing activities and provide practical information such as a your nearest police station's opening times.
Sex and the City star Kim Cattrall even posed nude to help publicise the campaign by the National Gallery of Scotland and the National Gallery in London to raise some of the pounds 50million needed to purchase the masterpiece Diana And Actaeon from the Duke of Sutherland.
The event will be held at the Wheldon Recreation Ground, Kingstanding Road, on May 17 between 10.30am and 2pm The organisers are keen to attract local groups who want to take a stall to publicise their activities.
Shoosmiths partner Ron Reid - a business compliance expert - said heavy fines and court orders forcing organisations to publicise their convictions may cause some to close.
I READ that a balloon release is planned to publicise domestic violence.
That has provoked an furious response from Juninho's agent, Jonathan Hassall, who feels Duffen may have courted the Brazilian's services in order to publicise a club which he bought last month from Adam Pearson.
They say they will publicise the details of people who are the subject of all anti-social behaviour orders (Asbos).
PLAYERS from a Swedish women's football team who starred in a Baywatch homage video to publicise the sport have defended the film after being criticised for stripping off.
Furthermore pounds 400,000 may sound expensive but it is meant to publicise one of the biggest green initiatives in a country of three million people and more than 20,000 sq km in size.
Following on from Tyneside entrepreneur Jonathan Celeste dressing up in a mouse suit to publicise his tiredmouse.com website comes transport operator RH Freight, which has a centre in Newcastle.
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