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The company has identified two distinct target groups: urban youth and the rural consumer. Year 2002 belonged to “thanda matlab Coca Cola,” as the priority was to grow the generic soft drinks category in the rural market, or India B’ and Coke as the preferred soft drink of choice, explained Ms Sharda Agarwal, Director Marketing, Coca Cola India. The campaign will be seen more on Doordarshan (DD), and on some cable satellite channels as the “reverse snobbery” of the advertising appeals even to the urban audience, she said..
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When Belkis entered her third year of law school she began working with children in the Cross Over Court where foster care students had criminal charges pending. She became an advocate for these youth and spoke on their behalf when they had no voice. In addition to a busy schedule with a new business, Belkis finds the time to mentor three students through the Take Stock in Children program.”>.
Buffer map completed After processing 4,200 public comments and making 2,800 changes to Minnesota’s buffer protection map, the DNR updated a map of public waters and ditch systems that require buffers under a state law. Minnesota’s buffer law, passed in 2015 with bipartisan support, requires landowners to establish perennial vegetation buffers, up to 50 feet wide, along rivers, streams and ditches to help protect clean water quality across the state. Over 97 percent of public waters are now in compliance with the state’s buffer law..