Publicis pays the price of wooing in aid of Nabs

July 2006
Campaign;7/28/2006, Issue 30, p23
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The article informs that Publicis has paid the amount for a fundraising venture for Nabs Inc. The venture eventually generated £1,300. Each staff member ha to pay £5 to pick someone of the opposite sex, at random, to woo. Once the partner is chosen, the participants were left to their own devices to try to find the best way of wooing their target. Grand Duncan, Nabs Chairman, has organized the week and also offered himself as a prize in the slave auction.


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