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POST PEOPLE: Jeremy keeps Pace.

Advertising guru Jeremy Bullmore CBE, who spent a 33 year career working for J Walter Thompson in London visited Birmingham recently at the invitation of the Publicity Association of Central England (PACE) to share his insight and experiences with the region's marketing communications professionals and their guests. Taking questions based around his latest best-seller, More Bull More, Jeremy enlightened and amused his audience during an informal hour and a half session. The event was the first in a series of 'Audience with...' high profile industry speakers being organised by PACE.

A raffle afterwards raised nearly pounds 80 for PACE's nominated charities, National Advertising Benevolent Society and The Children's Society.

Steve Coxon (freelance); Dylan Bogg (Big Communications), Mark Firth (Big Fish), Nicola Kleinmann (Big Fish) and Craig Spivey (Big Fish)

Robert Ball (BMG Research, PACE Council Member and Organiser of Event), Jeremy Bullmore and Paul Bramwell (Universal McCann, PACE President)

Paul Dean (McCannErickson), Keith Wheeler (Oyster), DeanLovett (McCann-Erickson) and Richard Beards (McCannErickson)

Matthew Rooke (WAA), Catherine Lucas (WAA), Brian Savin (Saga) and Lucy Fletcher (WAA)
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Publication:The Birmingham Post (England)
Date:Oct 29, 2003
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