Companies are not required to disclose their supply chain information, although some choose to do so. You will have to synthesize information from multiple sources and draw your own conclusion. Possible sources include:
Unless someone wrote an article on "pricing strategy of Product X", most likely you will have to synthesize information from multiple sources and come up with your own conclusion. Check your textbook for information on the major pricing models and see which model your company is using. Try the following:
The following sources might also be helpful:
It's difficult to find free information on ad spending of a company, esp. by brand and medium (e.g., TV vs. Internet). The PSU Library cannot afford the comprehensive database that provides those detailed data; however, we did purchase the 2015 dataset (the AD$ Summary file listed below) for your reference.
A public company's 10-K report may mention expenditures on advertising. Figures are annual and cover the entire company, not particular brands.
Anecdotal information might have been mentioned in news articles. Search strategy:
Promotional/branding Strategy can be found on the company website and in company annual reports (or 10-Ks), articles, and market research reports. Use keywords like promotion, promotional, advertising, branding, or even marketing strategy.
Visit the company's social media channels (e.g., Facebook, Twitter, YouTube) and analyze the content. Search for articles on ad compaigns and promotions.