South Bend Apologizes for Lifting Salt Lake's Tourism Campaign Almost Wholesale

'There's Nothing to Do' work is practically a carbon copy

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There are imitations, and then there are copies. Unfortunately, Visit South Bend's new tourism and convention advertising is the latter—a pretty blatant knockoff of a well-received 2015 campaign by Visit Salt Lake, from the overall theme down to the very typography.

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