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  • People want advertising to add value during COVID-19
  • People want advertising to add value during COVID-19
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People want advertising to add value during COVID-19

People are calling out for brands to drive change and act as partners in tackling the world's problems. In the middle of the COVID-19 pandemic, this means they want to see companies do their part in tackling the virus and supporting consumers through their advertising campaigns.

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