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Marc and Tom

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I just watched the online vid styled as a public service announcement for the advertsing creative skills of Marc and Tom.

Thousands of advertising creatives are out of work… they roam the streets, searching for opportunities – but finding few

It’s a funny spoof by two out-of-work creatives, ending with the plea

Hire them, they can’t do anything else

Actually, Marc and Tom’s effort is a nice ironic comment on the business. I don’t suppose irony qualifies them for Lovemark status though…

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