Despite reports of its imminent demise, “flexible friend” Access is back on TV this Friday with a new 2m advertising campaign. The ads, through Publicis, continue with the familiar Access and Money characters that have featured for the past 18 years. The commercials will run until October. They promote Access’ international use and feature Access and Money on an overseas holiday. Scenes include money walking around a hotel grounds while Access settles the bill and Money filling the car as Access pays for the petrol.
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