Diary: WACL kicks off search for adland's best man

After years of pretending to concern themselves with advertising "issues", the WACL women have revealed their true colours and are starting a search for adland's Prince Charming.

Next month, as part of the WACL Fairy Tale Gala Ball, to be held at the Savoy, a handful of adland's most eligible men will be paraded before a gaggle of excitable, giggly women.

The finalists will be asked three searching questions and the person who emerges as the smoothest will then be declared Prince Charming.

But who will the finalists be? That's where you and your mobile phone come in. Take a good hard look at the 13 thumbnails above and decide whom of the following you want on the shortlist and at the mercy of WACL on 14 December.

On the client side, we have PepsiCo's Martin Glen, Nick Smith from British Gas, Phil Smith from Camelot, Ellis Watson from Trinity Mirror and Jim Hytner from Barclays.

In Moray McLennan, Johnny Hornby and Robert Campbell, we have three of adland's fanciest Dans around. Then there is Phil Georgiadis from Walker Media, Publicis' Tim Lindsay, Jonathan Stead from Rapier and TBWA\London's flamboyant Jonathan Mildenhall.

And last, but by no means least, adland's own Confucius, Jeremy Bullmore (a dead cert, surely?). A proportion of the money from each text will go to Nabs and Cystic Fibrosis.

For more information, see www.wacl.info.


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