CAMPAIGN DIARY: YOU MUST REMEMBER

Congratulations to Yvonne Hassall of Walsh Trott Chick Smith who correctly identified the 18 industry faces in our 30th Anniversary diary competition last week. She wins a crate of champagne for her trouble.

Congratulations to Yvonne Hassall of Walsh Trott Chick Smith who

correctly identified the 18 industry faces in our 30th Anniversary diary

competition last week. She wins a crate of champagne for her

trouble.



The answers were: 1. Ron Collins; 2. Tim Mellors; 3. Andrew Cracknell;

4. Andrew Robertson; 5. Peter Scott; 6. Tony Brignull; 7. Amanda Walsh;

8. Chris Powell; 9. David Abbott; 10. Paul Weiland; 11. Gerry Moira; 12.

Jennifer Laing; 13. Mike Gold; 14. Ridley Scott; 15. Mike Yershon; 16.

Lyndy Payne; 17. Tim Mellors and 18. Frank Lowe.



A consolation prize of a bottle of champagne goes to Brian Stewart at

Delaney Fletcher Bozell who was the only other correct entrant.

Unfortunately, there are no prizes for people such as Chris Powell of

BMP DDB - who couldn’t even recognise himself.



The winner of the competition in our 10 September issue was Paul

Williams, of Severn Trent Water, who wins a reel of commercials from the

Register and a bottle of Smirnoff Black. The answers were: 1. Midland

Bank; 2.



Phila-delphia; 3. The COI’s Electricity Privatisation.



The theme of this week’s competition is celebrity impersonations. To

have a chance of winning, identify the ads below and name the person

being mimicked.



Fax your answers to 0171-413 4507 or e-mail them to campaign@haynet.com

by end of play on Friday 25 September.



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