AdFest delegates: Join Directors Think Tank, PixelBox, Fingerprint Films, Fuse, Spitfire Films + Campaign Brief Asia for late night drinks at the Revolving Bars - 11pm-1am Thursday and Friday

CB_ADFEST_Carousel INVITE.jpgContinuing with the social networking opportunities at AdFest, Campaign Brief Asia is getting together with Directors Think Tank, PixelBox, Fingerprint Films, Fuse and Spitfire Films for two late night parties.

It's part of Campaign Brief's support of this special year for AdFest - the 20th anniversary of the festival.

On both Thursday and Friday night this week (March 23 and 24th) we are putting on free drinks between 11pm and 1am at the popular Revolving Bars just off Walking Street (see map on invitation for clear details).

This is your chance to escape from the busy Walking Street nightlife!

Join us after your dinner plans at the Revolving Bars for casual drinks and networking with friends. The Revolving Bars are the AdFest equivalent of the Gutter Bar in Cannes. Hosted by Directors Think Tank, Pixel Box, Fingerprint Films, Fuse, Spitfire Films and Campaign Brief Asia, pop in and join us between 11pm and 1am on Thursday and Friday night.

See the attached invitations for all the details. Please circulate it to any friends or work mates who are also attending AdFest. Everyone is invited!

DOWNLOAD THE INVITATION: ADFEST_Revolving Bars.pdf

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