Atlanta advertising agency Ames Scullin O’Haire uses their powers for good, not evil.
Ad agency Ames Scullin O’Haire knows a thing or two about growing brands. From consumer-facing companies to non-profits, this is a shop that cares about their clients. They’ve worked with Mitsubishi Electric for over 16 years, growing sales 1,400% in the process.
Visit their downtown Atlanta office for a tour, views of Turner Field, and some Cheez-Its. Ask managing partner Patrick Scullin about when he worked for the circus. Read their client reviews and check out their previous work. In the end, the team at ASO will advise you to trust your gut when it comes to choosing them as your next creative partner. Start by getting to know them here on Agency Spotter.
Location: Downtown Atlanta
Core Service: Advertising
Additional Services: Branding, Media, Marketing Strategy, Video, Public Relations
12 Must-Know Facts About Atlanta’s Ames Scullin O’Haire
In Atlanta Since: 1997
# of Employees: 24
# of Employees Living ITP vs OTP: 60% ITP
In 10 Words or Less, What We Do for Our Clients: Think up and execute ideas that build business. Any questions?
3 Characteristics We Look for in Potential Clients: Smart, open-minded, collaborative
Most Interesting Physical Thing in Our Office: Beer tap (the gateway to delicious craft-brewed wonders)
Preferred Office Snack: Cheez-Its
Company Mantra: Smart people + empathy + creativity x working asses off = success
Favorite Ad from the Last Six Months (not by you): The Apple holiday spot
The #1 Thing We Love About Atlanta: The diversity
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