SMITHKLINE BEECHAM'S CITRUCEL "RELIEF WITHOUT GAS" IV AD
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
SMITHKLINE BEECHAM'S CITRUCEL "RELIEF WITHOUT GAS" IV AD will continue to air but may include an additional superimposed message emphasizing that the claim is based on laboratory, not clinical, testing, according to the company. SmithKline Beecham is considering whether to modify an ongoing TV ad campaign for the bulk laxative, which began Nov. 1, 1993, in response to recommendations by the National Advertising Division of the Council of Better Business Bureaus.
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