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Same Iceland, different year

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11:11 AM | 19 November 2013
by Jim Compton-hall
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If you've ever seen one Iceland Christmas advert, you've seen them all. This year's serving offers much more of the same.

If you've seen one Iceland Christmas advert, you've seen them all. This year's serving from the supermarket features a party with everyone having an impossibly good time. Just like every other year then.

Having recently watched the BBC series about Iceland, it's a shame they never took up some new advertising with Karmarama. If Iceland wants to become the brand that anyone is willing to shop with they must change their ways.

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