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EG Rewind: David Branby, Purveyor of Margaritas and Memories

EG Rewind: David Branby, Purveyor of Margaritas and Memories
03.27.18
Paige Galeoto

In 1999, David Branby joined a six-year old upstart advertising agency named Envision, run by a cheeky 26-year old named Edward. Hijinks ensued.

In this episode of EG Rewind, we take a jog down memory lane with David, one of the Estipona Group’s early Creative Directors.

The two reminisce about how David got his suitcase (er, foot) in the door, road trips, Friday afternoon margaritas and lots of great creative work done on behalf of clients.

Take a listen.

 

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