So, you’ve probably seen these around. They’re everywhere. Being country-trotting types we have spotted these in Watford, Stockport and London. Mostly from the windows of trains. But they’re there. By now you will have watched last night’s show and no doubt it’s still as confusing as ever. Either way, we hope you enjoy the press and outdoor, we’ll be slinging the entire range on the main site soon. Collect the set. In case you need reminding of what went on before this got mind-meltingly odd, then you can do your seasons 1-3 revision by watching the clip below.
Monday, January 26, 2009
Monday, January 12, 2009
Well, not quite. As promised, here is our recent TV spot for The Sun. It’s tricky trying to find the sunshine in December. So a few of the brothers and sisters had to head over to Uruguay to film this and build a massive sandcastle.
Friday, January 9, 2009
We said we’d write. Another missive from last year below. We made this lovely ad for theTeenage Cancer Trust late last year. Over £200,000 was raised at the dedicated matchday against Liverpool (Sunday, December 21st). Players, directors and many of the Club’s staff donated a day’s wages in aid of the ‘Be a Gooner. Be a Giver.’ campaign for the charity which is dedicated to improving the lives of teenagers with cancer. You can watch below.
Tuesday, January 6, 2009
Hello all. Happy new year and all that guff. It’s the Year Of The Ox. Apparently, people born in this year are patient, speak little, and inspire confidence in others. So there you have it.
This year we intend to be a little bit more lively on this blog thing. Truth be told, we were a bit too busy last year to keep it up. Which is a rubbish excuse. But we’ve made a new year’s resolution to keep up this journal lark. So even if we haven’t got loads to say, we promise to write.
First bit of news for 2009? We’re opening a new office this week, we’re doing more work for British Cycling, Sky+HD and we have a TV ad for The Sun’s £9.50 holidays on air at the moment. Filmed in Uruguay, don’t you know. We’ll write more in the coming days, but for now we’ll leave you with Homer Simpson’s reaction to finding the aforementioned country on a globe.