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Everything Insurance Should Be.
This latest national spot depicts the lasting relationships
The Cincinnati Insurance Companies agents foster with their clients.
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Putting Water Where It Should Be.
We teamed up with Ghost Hunter Jason Hawes to help Roto-Rooter deliver
plumbing tips to engage the newest generation of homeowners—millennials.
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For the Pursuit
We're helping The Christ Hospital part the sea of healthcare advertising
sameness to connect with their consumers on an emotional level.
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Straight From the Cow’s Mouth
Curiosity's latest spot for the first national fresh white milk brand
in the country, DairyPure!

What’s in a name? Everything.

Curiosity is what makes us the perfect proportions of daydreamers, scientists and workaholics. It’s the driving force behind everything we do; it’s what gets us out of bed in the morning and it’s what keeps us up at night. Without curiosity, we’re just another advertising agency. So have a seat, stand up, lie down on the floor, and start experimenting. There’s always a better way, and we’re going to find it together.

Featured Work

Cincinnati Insurance
The Nursery
DairyPure
Starts Pure. Stays Pure.
TruMoo
A Healthy Debate
Roto-Rooter
Engagement in Plumbing

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