Twitter - The Party 1 Liner
- Sunshine predicted in Manchester for the bank holiday weekend. Sunshine? It's that thing you see on postcards, we're reliably informed.
- We love the look of the new Xbox One - games, movies and a Steven Spielberg Halo TV series. Wow! http://t.co/NLj0jUOdf0
- Why are we so surprised that Britain has produced its first astronaut when this country is so stack full of space cadets?
Blog - What's on our minds
- is it a bird? is it a plane? no…it is a superbrand
- it’s time to get serious about community management
- we’re half way through the year – so has the digital agenda changed?
Clients in the News
IT’S OFFICIAL – MEN REALLY DON’T READ INSTRUCTIONSmore...
JODIE MARSH REVEALS HER FAKE TAN SECRET – IT’S RONSEALmore...
JELLY AND ICE CREAM PARTIES ARE DEADmore...
Brazen PR, CHILDREN SPEND 56 DAYS A YEAR PLAYING VIDEOGAMES AND WATCHING TV
Clients In The News
|CHILDREN SPEND 56 DAYS A YEAR PLAYING VIDEOGAMES AND WATCHING TV|
|Monday, 16 July 2012 15:13|
A survey by Ronseal shows that children in the UK now spend an average of 4.7 days a month playing Xbox, Nintendo and Playstation or watching television instead of playing outdoors.
That’s a staggering 587 hours per year playing on their videogame console and 784 hours every year glued to the box – a combined total of more than 56 days a year sitting in front of the TV.
The story achieved excellent coverage in the Daily Telegraph, Daily Mirror and the Scottish Daily Mail.
Latest Client News
- IT’S OFFICIAL – MEN REALLY DON’T READ INSTRUCTIONSOUR RECENT NEWS STORY FROM RONSEAL REVEALED...
- JODIE MARSH REVEALS HER FAKE TAN SECRET – IT’S RONSEALFor years she’s been the envy of the fake tan brigade and now model Jodie Marsh has revealed her secret – she’s been trialing a new fake tan from the makers of Ronseal.
- JELLY AND ICE CREAM PARTIES ARE DEADFantastic coverage for Chill Factore's party food news story on the MaiOnline and in The Times highlighting the ways that children's parties have changed over the decades.
- HOW MUCH DO YOU VALUE YOUR SMILE?BlanX whitening toothpaste has hit the headlines today with a brand new survey. According to national research, brits fake a smile every day of the year but a tender, genuine smile from a lover makes our day.Brits smile just 7.48 times a day on average, and the most likely person to receive our fake smile is - our boss. An overwhelming 51% of us flash a fake smile in the direction of our professional overlord, according to the survey. This fantastic survey has appeared in The Sun, Daily Telegraph, Daily Mail and Mail Online - check out the images below.