INDIANAPOLIS—Williams Randall earned a Gold Award in the District 6 American Advertising Awards.
INDIANAPOLIS—Williams Randall announces the addition of two new team members in its downtown Indianapolis office. Carly Armaly is the new digital media specialist, and Emma Harris is an account coordinator.
INDIANAPOLIS—Williams Randall thrives on being problem solvers, so a volunteer outing to People for Urban Progress (PUP) was a perfect fit.
INDIANAPOLIS—A new account coordinator has hit the ground running at Williams Randall, while a former account coordinator has taken on new challenges in the Analytics Department.
INDIANAPOLIS—Williams Randall sought to bring varied energy to the song by enlisting Greg McGuirk Music & Audio to write new arrangements for select advertisements.
INDIANAPOLIS—When Joy Cropper began her Indianapolis job search in 2003, she called the city's top agencies to explain what she did for a living.
INDIANAPOLIS—In the advertising agency world, an account executive spends his or her days in meetings, developing campaign strategies, managing budgets, answering emails and other tasks required to be the best partner they can be to their clients.
INDIANAPOLIS—Last Friday, the USS Indianapolis Commissioning Committee unveiled a new crest for a new ship that will bear the city's name. The crest was designed by Williams Randall Senior Art Director Scott Arvin, who learned a few weeks ago that his design won an online design contest.
CLARKSVILLE, IND.—Visit Hendricks County was honored today with a Best Visitor Guide Award at the Indiana Tourism Awards presented by Midwest Living.
INDIANAPOLIS—Williams Randall received two awards at tonight's American Advertising Awards ceremony, hosted by AAF Indianapolis at Canal 337. This year's competition garnered more than 300 entries, with just 37 winning Gold ADDY Awards and 33 earning Silver ADDYs.