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Win an internship at Tommy with this Anchorman 2 brief

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10:30 AM | 15 August 2014
by Jim Compton-hall
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Breaking news! You could win a paid internship at digital creative agency Tommy. All you have to do is come up with a single great idea for promoting Anchorman 2.

It’s a great chance to demonstrate your talent and the brief has been left wide open for you to really go nuts and give in to your creativity.

Impress Tommy with your idea and they’ll give you a one month paid internship, an exciting opportunity not to be missed, not least because it could really kick start your career. It will also be a great experience working with one of the most creative digital agencies in London on their impressive roster of entertainment clients. So if you’d like to learn from the best then this brief is definitely for you.

You can find more information and enter the brief here.

Good luck and stay classy!

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