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Elizabeth Leugers

Curiosity Makes Inc. 5000 with 121% Growth

For the third consecutive year, Curiosity Advertising ranked on the annual Inc. 5000 list, one of the most prestigious recognitions of the nation’s fastest-growing private companies. The list offers a window into the most successful companies within the American economy’s most dynamic segment—its independent, small businesses. Companies such as Microsoft, Dell, Domino’s Pizza, Pandora, Timberland,

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Elizabeth Leugers

10 Things to Know About Angie

1) What is the most ridiculous thing you have spent more than $10 on? The Mr. Whipstir. It’s the new, futuristic way to whisk! I was recently on vacation picking up groceries in Meijer and actually stopped in the cooking section to watch an infomercial-y and super-cheesy demo of this magical cooking tool. And, yes,

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Curiosity

8 Things to Know About Elizabeth

1) What is something you get unreasonably excited about? Pugs. It doesn’t matter what mood I’m in; they always make me happy. If my doctor ever has to deliver news that I have a terminal illness, they should tell me and then immediately bring in a pug. I’ll be distracted long enough for the doctor

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Elizabeth Leugers

Angie Needs Your Vote!

Click to vote! Angie Fischer is in the running for the first annual Goering Center Rising Leader Award. If you’ve ever worked with Angie, you know she is strategic, thoughtful and passionate about every client’s business she’s ever worked on. If you haven’t, take our word for it—she’s pretty cool and kicks serious marketing butt.

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Elizabeth Leugers

7 Things to Know About Yvonne

1. What is your favorite movie genre to see in a theater, specifically? Romantic, chick-flick types of movies. There’s something about being in a theater, hopelessly romantic with a wad of tissues and some Red Vines. Then, the lights come on and it’s back to reality.   2. If one word were to appear on

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Elizabeth Leugers

Penn Station Taps Curiosity as AOR

  FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                                                                              July 25, 2017   Penn Station East Coast Subs Hires Curiosity Advertising as Agency of Record   (CINCINNATI, OHIO)—Penn Station, a fast-casual restaurant chain specializing in hot and cold sandwiches, hired Curiosity Advertising as its new agency of record after a review of several national and regional agencies. The chain has

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Curiosity

What Do Facebook’s Link Changes Mean for Your Brand?

The Situation Facebook recently announced changes in users’ ability to edit link previews in both organic and promoted posts in an effort to prevent fake news sources from spreading misinformation on the platform. Facebook began implementing the changes this week to organic posts specifically, and more changes are expected to roll out in the coming weeks

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Elizabeth Leugers

9 Things to Know About Allie

We’re happy to have Allie in our account department this summer! 1) Tell us a memorable story of yourself when you were a kid. When I was in elementary school, I took a trip to Disney World with my extended family. While we were waiting to ride Thunder Mountain Railroad, my cousins and I started

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Allison Hoffman

There Are < 165 Days Until Christmas...Are You Ready?

There are 4 key things that had better be on your radar to ensure a successful retail season.  1. Be prepared for that early shopper! 44% of consumers get their shopping done before November hits, according to the NRF. Make sure you are in the mix to offer gift solutions or a great shopping experience. 2.

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Jeff Jones

Boost Your Brand by Launching a Movement

Some things just never change. While the digital revolution has reshaped how we do almost everything, there are always those activities that are so important to us that they simply cannot be replaced. This was a lesson we learned back in the ’90s. Remember those days when every new technological development was breathlessly lauded with

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