[NetBehaviour] They're Here: Olympics "Brand Police" Are A Real Thing
mark.r.hancock at gmail.com
Tue Jul 17 16:21:08 CEST 2012
Luckily we aren't having much of a summer in the UK!
One of the things that bothers me when I complain about the <event that shall not be named> is that people think you're rallying against sport in itself. For me it's not and I'm sure others aren't either. Just wish people would realise
On 17 Jul 2012, at 15:13, marc <marc.garrett at furtherfield.org> wrote:
>> so no-one in the UK is allowed to say "summer 2012" ... ?????
>> crazy ...
>> On 17/07/12 12:29 PM, marc wrote:
>>> Hi James,
>>> Here is a list with link below...
>>> Use of two words in Group A, or one word in Group A and one in Group B,
>>> could see you falling foul of Olympics sponsorship rules:
>>> *Group A *
>>> * Games
>>> * Two Thousand and Twelve
>>> * 2012
>>> * Twenty-Twelve
>>> *Group B*
>>> * London
>>> * Medals
>>> * Sponsors
>>> * Summer
>>> * Gold
>>> * Silver
>>> * Bronze
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