Diary: Give the poor boy a car

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It's bad enough having to work on a pitch when you get paid to. But one desperate grad is offering his pitching services for free.

Harry Carless (yes, that's his real name) has created a website, www.pitchslave.com, promoting himself in the hope that an agency would use him on a pitch and then train him up as an account handler so he can finally get himself a set of wheels. It seems to be working, as OgilvyOne has already taken him for a spin.

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