Remember Chase Street, the Dallas-based copywriter who was so desperate to work on the Sprite account he released possibly the best video cover letter ever to help him land a job?
Well, his stunt appears to have worked, after news today he’s been hired by none other than one of the world’s best agencies, Wieden + Kennedy New York, to work on the soft drinks’ creative account.
Funnily enough, since B&T published Street’s initial rapping video (which you can check out below), the American had contacted our offices enquiring about a possible move to Australia.
However, that appears all on the back-burner now after the lucky lad scored his dream gig and, very possibly, all the Sprite he can handle. Anyway, enjoy his amazing video once again. Street starts at W+K in April.
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