Get Revenge on Your Crazy Creative Director

NABS Unveils Campaign for Third 'Vintage Intern Auction'

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Toronto agency Zulu Alpha Kilo and the National Advertising Benevolent Society (NABS) team up again for the third annual Vintage Intern Auction, which gets bidders to seek revenge on their crazy creative bosses by winning them and their services for a day. All proceeds go to the charity group, which provides help to people in the industry when they are ill, injured, unemployed or going through any financial problems.

The video promoting the event is especially amusing, taking the form of an auction where a big-name creative who has won lots of awards is put up on the block -- where his former and current employees decide to make the most out of it.

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Credits
Date
Oct 04, 2013
Agency:
Zulu Alpha Kilo Toronto
CCO:
Zak Mroueh
Client:
NABS
Executive Creative Director:
Ron Smrczek
Art Direction:
Grant Cleland
Writer:
George Ault
Writer:
Nick Asik
Writer:
Japeth Kwan
Producer:
Bette Minott
Producer:
Kari Macknight Dearborn
Producer:
Ola Stodulska
Digital Strategy:
Emma Brooks
Digital Producer:
Ola Stodulska
Web Developer:
Richard Thirumaran
Production Artist:
Jamie Morren
IT Director:
Gary Stothers
Production Artist:
Brandon Dyson
Production Company:
Partners Film
Executive Producer:
Gigi Realini
Director:
Neil Tardio
Producer:
Sandy Kelly
Photography:
Westside studio
Photographer:
Matt Barnes
Producer:
Tara O'Malley
Casting:
Powerhouse
Casting Director:
Andrew Hayes
Editorial:
Panic & Bob
Editor:
Daniel Reis
Producer:
Taissa Callaghan
Audio:
Pirate
Audio Director:
Chris Tait
Web Development:
Thinkingbox
Production:
Chris Raedcher

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