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Diary: Admen go Mad for Nabs

Last week, the ad industry had a good excuse to dress up Mad Men-style (again) at the Nabs Big Bash.

During the auction, Marc Mendoza, with the gall of a seasoned trader, managed to persuade the assembled luminaries to part with £69,000, which was helped by healthy bidding from the likes of Rainey Kelly Campbell Roalfe/Y&R's Richard Exon and Adam & Eve's James Murphy. Additional donations brought the night's figure to more than £90,000. Special marks go to the organisers for making MPG's Alan Brydon's night by booking his wife Rozalla to sing her hit Everybody's Free (To Feel Good).

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