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The Austex Sales Stampede (1966)

Don Stokes

Sound | 1966

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  •  This year’s program has “a lotta beef in it!” - a review of sales and the program 
  •  Austex’s chili TV campaign was named Best in the Southwest by the Advertising Federation of America 
  •  Three Austex TV spots (image cuts out on first ad) 
  •  Magazines that will be used for advertisements 
 
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This industrial film introduces Austex Food Products’ advertising and merchandising program for the 1966 season. The film describes the ad campaign, shows several of the new televisions spots, discusses Point of Sale merchandising, and reviews print advertisements for newspapers and various magazines for housewives. Join Austex in the Sales Stampede!
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