Busty butters up for agency launch

First of all thanks to all of you lovely readers who have been rushing to get your friends and family to sign up to this site. I’m still sifting through to find the lucky man who has recommended the most, but you can be sure that your Busty Bonus is on the way – just don’t told tell the missus.
And with subscriptions booming, I’ve been allowed to get back to my other job – sorting out Uncle Ivan’s new agency, Bone Idol.
First of all, the premises. Luckily I’ve used my charms on the lovely Jonathan Harman, one of the bosses at Aimia (the rather strange name which replaced the Carlson Marketing brand a few months back), who’s agreed to hand over some of his office space.
Of course, I haven’t told him it’s an agency we’re launching – a little while back WDMP found out the hard way that our Jonathan doesn’t want a rival sharing his reception and they had to ship out. Once I mentioned that I will be hanging out in reception as a go-go dancer, he nearly bit my hand off.
With that sorted, I’m now looking for our founding client. And, guess what, we’ve managed to sneak onto the Mini pitch – quite easy really, all I had to do was send our credentials – basically a pic of me draped over the bonnet of a turbo model – and they invited me right up…
Of course, I hired a Mini convertible for the day but was slightly miffed when I remembered that loads of other agency chiefs have Minis too. Now, I’m not too sure who else BMW are talking to, but I know for a fact that VCCP me boss Ben Stephens drives one, as does the aforementioned Mr Harman (that’s right, they had to take the passenger seat out to fit him in), so I’m hoping they’re not on the shortlist…
Then there is the small matter of petrol head Steve “I’m more coiffured than Nicky Clarke” Aldridge. He will only have to look down the back of his sofa to get the cash to add a Mini to his collection of Mercs, Ferraris and Beemers, and, as Partners just missed out last time, he will be very keen to park that account.
Come to think of it, good job I’ve got a plan B. Luckily I have the inside track on Kerry Foods as I know the man who came up with the original Kerrygold brand back in the day, my godfather and former WWAV investor Ivor Samuels. I’m sure he’ll put in a good word for me, although not too sure my feminine wiles will work on him.
Now for the launch party, which, I’m sure you will appreciate will definitely go with a bang. The guest list will make the Campaign A List look like a bunch of nobodies. The bolly is already on order, and I’ve got James Martin from Saturday Kitchen doing the catering. Come to think of it, a bit of Kerrygold butter could come in handy on that night too – and in more ways than one…

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