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Viral advertising reaches 10 Million

3 December 2013

 Filmed in a North London pub, a THINK! drink drive short film launched virally in June 2013 which seeks to dissuade drivers from drinking and driving has already reached 10 million viewers.

 (#publooshocker)  has also been widely tweeted with 6,800 tweets which have a reach of 7.5 million.

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