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Brands take role in Argos’ new back to school ad

PAW Patrol and The Avengers take starring role in retailer’s new TV ad spot.

The summer holidays may have only just started, but Argos is keen to showcase its back to school range to parents, with it being the subject of the retailer’s latest TV campaign – with a couple of key brands also getting some good air time.

While the main aim of the TV spot is to showcase the school uniform essentials available from Tu Clothing, backpacks are also highlighted featuring PAW Patrol and The Avengers.

The brands also make an appearance on parachutes in the ad, which is entitled Operation School Run.

You can check out the ad below:

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