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‘Hit By Traffic’

An array of well-known marketing directors bravely agreed to endorse the power of radio advertising by allowing us to make it appear they (and their online businesses) had been hit by traffic as a result. Make up was by the Academy Award winner Paul Pattison.

Written & Directed by The Glue Society

Jet.com Mind Blowing Savings

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Hot With The Chance of Late Storm

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‘Hot with the Chance of a Late Storm’

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Schweppes Fancy Food Fight

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Everyone loves a food fight. Even the thought of it brings out the inner child in us. For this rather more refined example of...

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Dip Desperado Doritos

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‘Misfit’

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