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1981 McDonald’s Special Olympics Advertising Campaign Slick Sheet
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1981 McDonald's Special Olympics Advertising Campaign Slick Sheet
McDonald's   Restaurant   Fast Food   Food   Special Olympics   Advertising   Campaign   Marketing   Slick   Place Mat   Art   Artwork   Nostalgic   Sports
The picture shows a view of this 1981 McDonald's Special Olympics Advertising Campaign Slick Sheet. This had been acquired from an Artist that worked on the artwork to produce the advertising items. This sheet was to be used in creating tray liners or place mats, bag stuffers, or hand out brochures. The back is blank. In the upper left corner the sheet reads as follows:

NOTE: Use this slick to develop support materials for a Special Olympics volunteer recruitment program. Have your printer increase 129% to fill standard 10 x 14 trayliner.

The advertising slick pictures a man hugging a child, the McDonald's arches logo, and a Special Olympics logo. The sheet measure 11'' x 8-1/2''. It is in mint condition as pictured.

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1981 McDonald’s Special Olympics Advertising Campaign Slick Sheet

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