With growth at every turn, Full Contact charges full steam ahead into fall. Over the last few months, Full Contact announced several notable client wins: Thomas & Friends, Cambridge Savings Bank, and baby brand Evenflo. From toys to financial institutions, Full Contact’s client roster continues to expand, leading to three key hires: Account Director Rick Butler, Creative Services Manager Liz Hennigan and Director of Business Development Amy Brown Weber.
Rick Butler, Account Director, will lead several accounts, including Cambridge Savings Bank, Atlantic Broadband and Evenflo. Amy Brown Weber will manage new business and agency marketing. Liz Hennigan will manage creative and production processes across all accounts and new business.
“There is an awesome energy at the agency right now,” said Marty Donohue, Partner and Co-Creative Director. “We’ve just added a terrific regional brand and two iconic global brands to our client roster, and we’ve brought in three bonafide rock stars to bolster our already incredible team. We’d like to think all of this activity is a telling sign that clients are really happy with the work we are creating and the results we are achieving. We are beyond grateful to have more opportunities to show these brands what Full Contact can do for them, and to be able to add some great new firepower to our ranks along the way.”
Thomas & Friends, a Fisher-Price brand, joined the client roster in April, naming Full Contact as its global agency of record to handle creative strategy and production. Cambridge Savings Bank was next on the list, also naming Full Contact as agency of record to refresh the brand with a new integrated campaign set to launch in early 2016. And most recently, Evenflo called on Full Contact to develop integrated campaigns for the brand’s ExerSaucer product, car seat, and other merchandise carried at Target and Walmart.
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