Public Sector: COI hires Oxygen for fireworks safety PR

The Central Office of Information has appointed Oxygen Marketing to handle sponsorship and promotion for the DTI’s 2000 National Fireworks Safety Campaign. The campaign will seek to educate young people about the dangers of fireworks as half of those injured each year are children. Oxygen will be seeking businesses interested in associating themselves with the issue of fireworks safety to help get the message across to parents, carers, retailers and children themselves. The account is being handled by account director Charles Voyantzis at Oxygen, which has done similar work for the DTI in the past.

The Central Office of Information has appointed Oxygen Marketing to

handle sponsorship and promotion for the DTI’s 2000 National Fireworks

Safety Campaign. The campaign will seek to educate young people about

the dangers of fireworks as half of those injured each year are

children. Oxygen will be seeking businesses interested in associating

themselves with the issue of fireworks safety to help get the message

across to parents, carers, retailers and children themselves. The

account is being handled by account director Charles Voyantzis at

Oxygen, which has done similar work for the DTI in the past.



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