Campaign Diary:

Campaign would like to apologise for the gremlin which has entered its midst, and assure readers that the appropriate miscreants have been packed off to journalism school. After last week’s apology to the Advertising Brassiere (are you sure that’s right? Ed) for getting its name wrong, the olive branch is now extended to Clarke Hooper.

Campaign would like to apologise for the gremlin which has entered

its midst, and assure readers that the appropriate miscreants have been

packed off to journalism school. After last week’s apology to the

Advertising Brassiere (are you sure that’s right? Ed) for getting its

name wrong, the olive branch is now extended to Clarke Hooper.



So, with reference to last week’s Diary item revealing adland’s

best-kept secrets, we’d like to apologise for not only suggesting that

Simon Clark was its founder (we knew that he was the co-founder of the

absolutely non-secret and highly successful Clark & Taylor) but that

Clarke Hooper was an obscure, little-known agency. We’re happy to

acknowledge that Clarke Hooper isn’t unknown or obscure. That’s Clarke

Hooper. You know, the agency that merged with Momentum last year. You

know, Momentum ... Oh, never mind



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