<p>Ten months after Neutralize (*\*) re-branded to Guava, the digital marketing company are announcing an Amnesty of the coveted Neutralize laptop bags which are still being used by many a senior marketing professional in the UK.</p>

<p>Guava are inviting people to bring their old Neutralize laptop bag to the Technology for Marketing and Advertising exhibition in London and swap it for a brand new Guava bag.</p>

<p>UK CEO, Graeme Radford commented:</p>

<p>“The Neutralize (*\*) bags were much loved merchandising items that we still see being regularly used. We are offering those that have one the opportunity to get a new, even better, laptop bag for free – and with the new Guava branding.”</p>

<p>Guava are a digital marketing company who specialize in search engine marketing and web development. The team are attending The Technology for Marketing and Advertising exhibition, the UK's largest integrated marketing solutions event, on February 24th – 25th at Earls Court 2 in London. They are exhibiting on stand G40 with Business Development Manager Martin Dinham speaking alongside Econsultancy CEO Ashley Freidlein on day one at 13:45.</p>

<p>Additionally, anyone unable to attend the event are invited to send in their old bag by post and receive a new bag in return.</p>

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<p>For further information please contact:
<br />Lucy Cokes
<br />Guava
<br />08700 630707
<br /><a href="mailto:lucy.cokes@guava.com">lucy.cokes@guava.com</a>
<br /><a href="http://www.guava.co.uk">www.guava.co.uk</a></p&gt;

<p>About Guava</p>

<p>Guava is a fresh thinking, digital marketing agency specialising in Search Marketing, Web Development, SEO, and PPC in the UK. Part of the pan-European Guava group with over 200 employees, the UK division is headed up by UK CEO, Graeme Radford with offices in Berkshire and Cornwall. Current Guava clients include Confused.com, Black & Decker and The Royal Mail.

Published on: 3:50AM on 18th February 2009