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TBWA/London: To Die For?

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TBWA: Neither rain nor snow nor random acts of violence ...
Yesterday's Sunday Times in London ran a special report on the 100 Best Companies to work for in England. Two ad agencies made the list: TBWA/London, which ranked 58th, and Abbott Mead Vickers BBDO, which was number 80.

For its part, TBWA is celebrating with a tongue-in-cheek house ad that's been winding its way through the network. In it, we see that nothing keeps TBWA employees from reporting to work -- not even a little ultra-violence. "I should stress that no employees were hurt during the shooting of this commercial," London chief executive Andrew McGuinness assures his colleagues in an e-mail sent around the network with the ad, which features a TBWA staffer being shot but still showing up for work.

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