Bayer Garden's delayed TV campaign launches over bank holiday

Bayer Garden kicked off its TV advertising campaign over the bank holiday weekend promoting the company’s new Advanced Weedkiller range. 

The campaign is targetted at helping viewers with the resolving their weed killing nightmares before taking time out to enjoy the fruits of their labours.

Product manager Alison Mulvaney said: "We delayed the kick off of the campaign to make sure it wasn’t lost in the cold wet weather earlier in the season.

"Now the weather has warmed up, weeds are really beginning to thrive and so we decided it was a great time to go live with our weedkiller campaign." 

The adverts highlight Bayer's Path Weedkiller products which give gardener’s up to six months weed free from one application.



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