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11:58 | 21st November 2017

News: UK

Fri 11 Jun, 2010
By Sam Bristowe


I was thrilled to see such a recognised bank make the bold move to use a gay couple within their advertising campaign

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Lloyds TSB go GAY

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Lloyds TSB are launching their new ad campaign that will see you two men as opposed to the generic straight couple.

One of the UK’s leading banks is using the the new strategy as part of their in house equality scheme. The ad sees two men standing next to paint with the ad reading "We can help you save to turn your house into your dream home"

The ad will be released in national newspapers as of next week and it will also appear in our partnered publication, The Official Guide To Pride London magazine, which is also published here in Talent Media.

Sales Director of Talent Media, Darren Waite, said about the new advert: “I was thrilled to see such a recognised bank make the bold move to use a gay couple within their advertising campaign.

It fits in perfectly with our Pride London Magazine, which is out next week, and I hope the ad makes a real impact on our readers nationwide”

 

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