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Airtours, the holiday operator, has signed up with online ad specialist Engage. Airtours is hoping the alliance will help it enhance brand name and customer loyalty by delivering consistent messages across all new media and improving interactivity. It will use Engage software to develop a repository of media assets – including text, pictures and video – with the aim of providing consumers with synchronised promotional, advertising and marketing messages relating to its travel brands.

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