Blagger’s Blog— 2 awards, 1 tiger and loads of typos
“If you’ve got a life that so many people didn’t have, you can’t waste it.”
Master storyteller Judith Kerr— author of the Mog books, The Tiger Who Came To Tea and When Hitler Stole Pink Rabbit— who died yesterday, aged 95.
Smoking Gun has cleaned up at this week’s award ceremonies. In Prague we took hime two golds at the AMEC Awards— Most Effective Planning, Research and Evaluation of Consumer Communications and the Step Change Award for Best Improvement of a Measurement Journey. And, closer to home, Manchester’s Prolific North Awards saw us win Best B2C. All for our work on behalf of Childs Farm. Needless to say, there was dancing. Congratulations to all the winners.
— Michael Greer (@MGreer_PR) May 18, 2019
Raising the question ‘who the hell signed this off?’, Australia has printed 46million $50 bank notes, all of which have a typo on them. Way to make the Hawksmoor Manchester staff feel better about accidentally serving a £4,500 bottle of wine instead of one priced at £250.