Specsavers have enlisted a range of MN2S talent to help them promote their “specs-tacular” Red Nose Day campaign.
High-street opticians Specsavers are working with Comic Relief to help raise funds for this year’s Red Nose Day, striving to achieve their vision of “a just world free from poverty”. To promote this year’s campaign, they’ve asked Jamie Jewitt, James McVey and Tristan Evans (of The Vamps) to help spread the word. This year, the opticians are selling novelty glasses to help fund Comic Relief: you can find them at your local Specsavers for only £2 a pair.
Such great fun and for a FANTASTIC cause! I must admit I bought five pairs of the glasses and have them at home ready to be used again.Natasha Hill, Senior Talent Agent
Appearing in British newspaper The Sun alongside his partner Camilla Thurlow, Jamie let readers in on some epic fails and embarrassing facts: “I’ve got a load of jokey tattoos on my feet – a corn on the cob, a man running (for athlete’s foot), and a camel on my toe…” Tristan Evans and James McVey of The Vamps gave readers an insight into DIY disasters and red carpet fails: “It was snowing at this year’s National Television Awards so it looks like I’ve got terrible dandruff in the red carpet pictures.”
Speaking about the partnership, MN2S Senior Talent Agent Natasha Hill said: “Working with Comic Relief has been one of the most amazing experiences in my career so far. It’s incredible to see all the work that they do supporting so many great causes. I was very pleased to be involved with providing the talent to the Specsavers collaboration with Comic Relief.”
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