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Who we are

Building Belief

We’re an ad agency. We’re not ashamed to say so. We create ideas.

But at our core, building belief is what we are all about.

And, to quote Ringo, It don’t come easy.

It takes time. Tenacity. And trust.

It only happens when each of us has the courage to offer others our experiences, our insights and our truth.

Free of agendas. Free from fear.

Belief is the engine that creates connections and drives open conversations, shared solutions and powerful platforms that drive our business – and, in turn, yours.

  • Belief in ourselves.
  • In each other.
  • In our clients
  • and their brands.
  • Belief that leads to results.

Why we're here
Our client partners

Our roots

Meet the two men who planted the acorns from which the mighty 100-some-year-old oak has grown. They're a couple of pretty interesting cats.

Greatest hits
A legacy of ideas at work

Take a peek at some of our most powerful, fun and successful work reaching back over more than a century. You’ll discover that while times change, what makes an idea great doesn’t.

Our work

Whether it’s a web design, a national TV spot or an in-store experience, it’s all crafted to cause one consumer response: belief that leads to results.

SVP, Director of Talent

Laura Proctor

A native of Michigan (she will tell you exactly where by pointing to the top of her ring finger), Laura gave up a future in medicine for the healing touch of advertising after a summer job at Old Navy opened her eyes to the magic of great brands.

Laura has spent the past 15 years ascending the ranks of Account Services but recently found her true passion is in developing people and helping them achieve their career goals. In addition to managing one of our busiest accounts, Laura was a key player in creating Doe-Anderson’s professional development program. Because she liked it so much, she altered her own career path to lead our talent management discipline.

When not busy growing talent, Laura is busy with her growing family: husband Eric, daughter Crosby and son Guy – not to mention a cat and a 110-pound Great Pyrenees. Somehow, she also finds the time to get outdoors and be involved in the community through her church and a variety of charitable organizations.