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BBH London – KFC

BBH London and Giles Ripley from Partizan have cast “Randy O’Brien,” the bogus KFC Chief Apology Officer, in a tried and tested comedy classic, the faux corporate apology. Hand-crafted in a single shot, what starts as tongue in cheek evolves into an increasingly hilarious celebration of what Randy is apologising for in the first place. Created by BBH London to promote the new KFC O’Sanders burger, the spot sees O'Brien offer an olive branch to the people of the Emerald Isle on behalf of

 

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