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|Founder(s)||Jack Connors, Jay Hill, Steve Cosmopulos and Alan Holliday|
Boston, Massachusetts, United States
|Parent||Interpublic Group of Companies|
Hill Holliday is an American advertising agency based in Boston. It is part of the world's third largest advertising conglomerate, IPG. According to the industry publication Advertising Age, in 2013 Hill Holliday is ranked the 14th largest Advertising Agency in the U.S. with estimated revenue at $184M.
It was founded as Hill, Holliday, Connors, Cosmopulos, Inc., in 1968 in Boston, by founding partners Jack Connors, Jay Hill, Steve Cosmopulos and Alan Holliday.
In 1998, Hill Holliday was acquired by Interpublic Group of Companies.
Hill Holliday clients include Cadillac, Verizon Wireless, Bank of America, Liberty Mutual, Dunkin’ Donuts, (RED), Major League Baseball, John Hancock, Chili’s, CIGNA, and Novartis.
Currently, Karen Kaplan is CEO of Hill Holliday; she began at Hill Holliday in 1983 as a receptionist. Lance Jensen joined Hill Holliday as Chief Creative Officer in January of 2011. Mike Sheehan was CEO from 2003 to 2013 and is now Chairman.
The agency was named Media magazine’s full service Agency of the Year for 2011 and 2012, and is the only agency to win Adweek’s Media Plan of the Year four years in a row.
Most recently Hill Holliday created the new campaign for Bank of America, "Life's Better When We're Connected," which launched in April of 2013. See an article in Advertising Age about the campaign here.
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