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- Tuesday 18.08 AMV BBDO wins British Heart Foundation



- Tuesday 17.38 Airtours set to appoint Lowe Howard-Spink.



- Tuesday 12.26 FCA! wins Government campaign to help single parents

find work



- Monday 13.22 DDB Needham Worldwide wins dollars 40m Ralph Lauren task

PMonday 13.17 Avon appoints N.W. Ayer & Partners and DMB&B on global

account



- Friday 12.47 Levi Strauss opts for the quirky and surreal in its new

campaign



PEOPLE’S JURY



It was a close-run thing in our Favourite Ad poll this week with Mars

just scooping it.



1. Mars Ice-cream (DMB&B) 38%



2. Scrumpy Jack (TBWA GGT Simons Palmer) 31%



3. Stella Artois (Lowe Howard-Spink) 23%



4. Vision Express (Ammirati Puris Lintas) 8%



5. Waitrose (Banks Hoggins O’Shea) 0%



Our first Swingometer question turned to Scottish Courage, which is

relaunching Holsten Pils in the UK using characters and sketches from

the Fast Show. We asked whether the ads say anything about the product.

Clearly not. An overwhelming 77 per cent voted no.



Our second question focused on the gay charity, Rubberstuffers, whose ad

in which two men kiss, caress and undress each other, has been passed

for late-night TV. We asked if it should have been given the go-ahead.

In a close vote, 53 per cent said yes.



With an ASA survey claiming the public had turned against sex and

swearing in ads, we asked if we were becoming more conservative? No, 75

per cent of voters said.



Social Sophie



Harriet Green reports back on Notting Hill’s finest, the Assaggi

restaurant.



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