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Clear Channel UK teams up with men’s health charity Movember

The agency will use its digital advertising network to drive awareness of men’s health

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Outdoor advertisers, Clear Channel UK has partnered with men's health charity, Movember, to help raise awareness and funds for men's health, specifically prostate and testicular cancer.

From October 22, the agency will support Movember through a three-stage advertising campaign, appearing across its Socialite network – which comprises of 180 high-definition digital screens located in pubs and bars throughout the UK.

“Clear Channel is delighted to be supporting the Movember campaign,” Matthew Dearden, CEO, Clear Channel UK.

“Our market-leading urban 'Socialite' network of flexible digital advertising sites is the perfect format for Movember to deliver their innovative messaging to an engaged audience.

“The power of our unique network will ensure Movember's campaign reaches as many people as possible.”

JC, co-founder of Movember, said: “We are humbled to have Clear Channel, who have been such a passionate Mo Crew over the years, generously give Movember their amazing spaces to have some fun with and create awareness for this year's campaign.”

5th October 2012

From: Marketing

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