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Anika Moa, Jacqui Brown, Chelsea Preston...
Really. Is the humour back, is it? There are just terrible, surely you can see that.
Sorry. Where was the humour exactly? Were you watching it backwards perhaps?
Love your work Angela! The creative agency behind ASB's True Rewarden was WiTH Collective - check out the article here http://stoppress.co.nz/news/keeping-law-and-order-collective-and-asb-team-true-rewards-re-brand
Awesome to see 2 degrees getting some humour back after all those years of speaking to the public like they were a bank
Better to ask agencies who have worked with Steve what their favourite Steve Bayliss quote is surely?
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