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Fluid Creativity Bought Out by Teenager
In an unprecedented move, digital marketing agency Fluid Creativity was this morning bought out by local teenage business tycoon Rachel Armstrong.
The acquisition is likely to surprise many in Manchester’s digital community who never realised such a reputable agency could be bought off the back of a scratchcard win.
Speaking from her newly installed sunbed, Armstrong declared:
“Things are going to change big time now I’m in charge. Our work needs to be more ‘in the area’ so that me mates will reckon its well hench”.
The 18 year old has a reputation for ruthlessness so a company restructure was inevitable. Previous Managing Director, Lee Turner has taken up his new post as Kettle Executive, whilst Fluid’s creative and development teams are expected to fulfil their new roles as Biscuit Consultants and Baked Beans Architects respectively. The future of Fluid’s SEO team is as yet uncertain, however the recent delivery of 3 mops and a small toilet brush may help to resolve further speculation.
Fluid’s token green and white studio interior will also be getting a facelift later this month, with local ruffians currently being recruited to spraypaint the walls with questionable designs and vulgar slogans.
Lee Turner was unavailable for comment but was last heard sobbing in the toilet.