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An Ad Agency

Established in 1981 in Minneapolis

Award Winning- Globally

Great People

What They Make

What is advertising?

Ever wonder how your favorite brands grab your attention? Well, that’s the magic of advertising! It’s a way of talking to you, the users, and making things exciting.

Imagine this: Ads are everywhere, and you might not even notice them. They sneak into your TV shows, pop up on your phone, and show up in magazines and newspapers. It’s like they’re on a mission to get their message to you through any means possible – be it through visuals, sounds, contests, or even your favorite celebrities giving them a thumbs up!

Now, behind all the ad awesomeness, there’s a whole industry working hard. There are cool companies that want to get noticed, creative agencies that come up with the cool ads, and media outlets that help spread the word. But that’s not all – there are also super creative minds like copy editors, designers, and brand managers who give the ads that extra flair.

So, next time you see an ad, know that a bunch of creative minds put their heads together to make it catchy and cool. It’s like a team effort to bring the awesomeness to you! 🌟✨

A Fun Place To Create

This is a video of some of the work Fallon has done just THIS YEAR, some people behind the work, and the fun things they do at work.

What Do They Do?

Here are just some of the jobs:

There are a ton of different jobs at an agency. If you digital things, if you can’t draw or write, if you are really great with numbers, or love thinking of big ideas…there is a job for you.

Creative Director

Creative directors are the creative leads at advertising agencies or in-house for the marketing department of a company. They work with the creative team to create, plan and deliver a strategic vision for clients. They are responsible for maintain a cohesive visual and thematic style for projects and campaigns.

Copy Writer

A copywriter creates clear, compelling copy to sell products and educate and engage consumers, flexing persuasive writing muscle on websites, blog posts, press releases, product descriptions, email blasts and sales letters, print ads, banner advertising, newsletters, white papers, PSAs, social media platforms, …

Account Manager

The Advertising Account Manager creates advertising campaigns. He/She advertises products and services for his/her clients. He/She makes sure that the campaigns follow a budget and a timeline. He/She works with the clients to create a budget that they can afford.

Media Planner

Media planners work in the media department of most advertising agencies. They are responsible for putting ads in the right place at the right time, reaching the desired audience for the least amount of money. Media planners gather information on the people’s viewing and reading habits.


Developers can help guide agencies into building things they may not have realized were possible.

Head of Production

Leads the production, or creation, of creative materials used for marketing and advertising. They pull all of it together to make it ultimately happen (with in a time and budget needed).

Project Manager

The project manager steers the ship from project inception to completion, there’s a high degree of collaboration involved. The project manager works with a huge assortment of people within the agency.


Among their responsibilities, include, building a top-notch finance and accounting team, ensuring expenses and revenues stay balanced, overseeing FP&A (financial planning and analysis) functions, making recommendations on mergers and acquisitions, obtaining funding for ongoing and new businesses

Legal Council

A Legal Counsel acts as a general lawyer, who handles all legal matters within the company and does not work independently. They work with management and employees within their business to ensure laws are being kept.

Human Resources

Advertising agency human resources professionals focus on filling positions with individuals who fit the agency’s personality and needs.