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  • Clarks tells stories on Whatsapp
  • Clarks tells stories on Whatsapp
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Clarks tells stories on Whatsapp

Clarks has a lot of stories to tell. The British shoe brand isn’t just the place your mum took you for school shoes, it’s a company with a rich history of subcultural cool. Now the brand is telling those stories to one person at a time, via messaging platform Whatsapp.

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