DIARY: No hooliganism when DMB&B plays for kicks

It would appear that DMB&B is trying to gain some useful football experience for its up-coming campaign for the Government’s anti-hooliganism drive, if last Saturday was anything to go by.

It would appear that DMB&B is trying to gain some useful football

experience for its up-coming campaign for the Government’s

anti-hooliganism drive, if last Saturday was anything to go by.



The agency, which has also created football-themed campaigns for

Littlewoods Pools and Umbro, took part in a small but not insignificant

football match involving Littlewoods personnel and agency staff. The

match is an annual fixture that takes place at Wembley and this year, we

can proudly reveal, the side that most of DMB&B’s staff were playing on

won 2-1.



When we enquired who the goal-scorers were, it turned out they were none

other than Barry Cook, the agency’s managing director, and Stuart Smith,

an account planner. It was even more exciting when we obtained a picture

of them in their shorts.



We’re just glad to hear there were no riots afterwards.



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