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Andrew Walkingshaw

TuckerGardner (mostly Cambridge-based, I think) have bitten the idea, but at least they're using Smart two-seaters - so their cars are distinctive in and of themselves.

London Estate Agents

Some of these companies have managed to execute their branding exceptionally well across different mediums, in oppose to some others, where their branding actually does more damage than good.

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