Leyland Trade announces television sponsorship with ITV4

  • 1 Jul 2015

Programme introductions for Leyland will appear across the channel’s daytime schedule for the next two months – and will be supported with a dedicated social media campaign.

Programme introductions for Leyland will appear across the channel’s daytime schedule.

The campaign will highlight its diverse product range and give customers the opportunity to win a variety of Leyland products in a new competition.

Leyland Marketing Manager Tim Wood commented: “This is a major investment for the brand and will ensure Leyland’s products and values are exposed to a captive audience on one of the UK’s strongest digital channels.

“With a number of exciting product launches lined up over the coming months, there’s never been a better time for Leyland to be on the small screen.”

Leyland Trade,
Huddersfield Road,
Birstall,
Batley,
West Yorkshire,
United Kingdom,
WF17 9XA

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