Ad Age hosted its awards for small agencies in Nashville last week, and Terri & Sandi was named the best small agency in the country. The award is presented to an agency with fewer than 150 employees, which has stood out as an effective and imaginative ad firm. The agency also won this year’s Gold in the Ad Age’s “Pro Bono Campaign of the Year” category.
“It is, of course, a cliché to say that good things come in small packages. But clichés exist for a reason. These finalists are nimble, innovative and—stop me if you’ve heard this before—shatter silos,” said Ad Age Editor Brian Braiker. “They’re also taking on projects, creating brands and launching products in ways that fundamentally redefine what it means to be an agency. There has never been a more exciting time to be at a smaller shop. And these are the best of the lot.”
Terri Meyer and Sandy Greenberg, the founders of Terri & Sandy, are regular winners at the Ad Age event. The agency was named the Northeast’s Top agency in 2015 and garnered Silver in last year’s “Pro Bono Campaign of the Year” category for its work on the “Strands for Trans” campaign.
Working on brands for some of the largest companies in the world including Oreo, Kodak, Mars, Kraft, Gerber, Campbell’s, Disney, Nestlé, and Time, Inc, Terri & Sandy has built a reputation for creating exciting campaigns that are focused on quality and effectiveness.