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Mitchell and Dyer go from strength to strength

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After a week in the business, Mitchell and Dyer are going from strength to strength.

In just over a week, Mitchell and Dyer has done the impossible and become one of the fastest growing agencies in Auckland's history.

They have been approached by art directors, television departments, post-production houses, international media, PR firms, marketing companies, suits, creative directors,and CEOs, all offering their support - and received high praise from industry stalwarts for nailing their attitude perfectly.

"Advertising Agency seeks Secretary: Under 21, Photo required, No experience necessary.” Despite deterring efforts of several major publications and job-searching websites, dozens of applications and photos with proof of age are still pouring in daily for secretaries. Dyer says "Human rights violation? What about our human rights to have a hot young secretary?"

However, a billboard declaring "We're here, we're not queer - get used to it." still sits gaily opposite Family Bar on K road fuelling public debate.

In just this one week, Alex Dyer and Colin Mitchell have downed ten-year-old scotch, toasted with elaborate cocktails, puffed cigars, shaken hands, exchanged business cards and shared long, long boozy lunches, and most importantly - signed contracts.

Mitchell and Dyer are on the verge of announcing their first client - it's a biggie – watch this space.

"We're both gorgeous and hilarious - so whether it's for a photo-spread, radio interview or a live television debate - you've got the photogenic, charismatic guys for the job," says Mitchell.

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