Special celebrates 10th birthday, shouts industry Special X brew

  • Advertising
  • November 20, 2018
  • StopPress Team
Special celebrates 10th birthday, shouts industry Special X brew

This year, Special Group is blowing out 10 candles and to celebrate, it’s buying everyone in the industry a Special X brew to say ‘thanks’.

Partner/ECD Tony Bradbourne says it wants to raise a glass and thank everyone to everyone who has ever worked at the agency, helped bring its ideas to life, shown it support or even motivated it to be better by beating it.

“We started 10 years ago with one desk, three chairs and no clients, and a decade later we are proudly the New Zealand Agency of the Year. We couldn’t have done that without the help of a lot of people, clients and actually other agencies. So the least we can do is buy everyone a beer, or two, or quite possibly 5,436*.”

The free beer will flow at Special from 5pm to 7pm on Wednesday 28 November.

*Deloitte NZ / Statistics NZ – total direct advertising employment in New Zealand.

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