Minneapolis, MN (PRWEB) January 15, 2013
Preston Kelly recently announced the addition of three new faces on its production, account management and digital teams. Production designer Tera Gilmore, account supervisor Dan Ryan, and community manager Krissy Welle all began 2013 in new roles at the Minneapolis agency. The new hires at Preston Kelly come as a result of new business wins in 2012 and a steady increase in organic growth with current clients.
Dan Ryan comes to Preston Kelly from Fallon, where he managed relationships with clients such as Abu Dhabi Commercial Bank, Cosmopolitan Luxury Hotel and Casino, H&R Block, Purina and Travelers Insurance. Previously, Ryan worked at Target Corporation, where he managed innovation and vendor proposals.
Tera Gilmore brings a wealth of production and design experience to Preston Kelly. Gilmore honed her skills at a number of different agencies in Minneapolis including Carmichael Lynch, Colle+McVoy, Olson and Go East. She is known for her design talent on clients such as Caribou Coffee, Indian Motorcycles, Harley Davidson, Imation, 3M and Marvin Windows.
The independent agency also recently hired Tom Schooley as Digital Director and now ramps up its social media capabilities with Welle, who gained experience managing online communities for Preston Kelly clients as a digital intern.
About Preston Kelly
Preston Kelly is a full-service, independent agency that creates Iconic Ideas for its clients across multiple categories. Preston Kelly was recently named as one of the top 100 Most Effective Advertising Agencies by Effie Worldwide. Preston Kelly was also selected as Advertising Age’s Midwest Small Agency of the Year and Radio Mercury Awards’ Integrated Campaign of the Year in 2010. Preston Kelly is a member of Worldwide Partners, the world’s largest network of independent marketing and communications firms. To learn more about Preston Kelly, visit prestonkelly.com, become a fan on Facebook or join the conversation on Twitter. You can also read their musings on the latest trends in advertising at Iconic Ideas Tumblr.