• Solve named Sunoco

    Solve named Sunoco's new AOR | Campaign US

    Following a national agency search and competitive review, Solve has been awarded the account for Dallas-based Sunoco Fuels. Sold at over 5,000 Sunoco-branded retail locations in 30 eastern and southern states, Sunoco is especially well-recognized among racing enthusiasts worldwide and is the world’s largest manufacturer and marketer of racing fuels, distributing gasoline to more than 500 racetracks worldwide. It’s the official fuel of NASCAR, NHRA and 50 other racing series in the United States. As AOR, Solve will provide brand strategy, creative, media planning and buying, and digital and social media support. The agency will also lead consumer research and ongoing success measurement.

    Campaign US, 01/18/2019

  • Inspired Closets: Michael & Amanda by Solve | Creative Works | The Drum

    Inspired Closets: Michael & Amanda by Solve | Creative Works | The Drum

    Inspired Closets, a premium brand within the $9 billion home storage and organization category, is introducing a new TV spot within its ongoing national campaign this week from AOR, Minneapolis-based Solve.

    The Drum, 01/03/2019

  • This Frozen Pizza Brand Is Natural. Its Ads Are Anything But

    This Frozen Pizza Brand Is Natural. Its Ads Are Anything But

    Solve debuts weird and wacky new "Unbelievably Natural" campaign for Real'Za all-natural frozen pizza.

    Adweek, 09/11/2018

  • Indian Motorcycle campaign recognized by Communication Arts

    Indian Motorcycle campaign recognized by Communication Arts

    Solve’s “Set the Standard” Print Campaign Featured In Communication Arts Exhibit. The print ads for this longstanding motorcycle brand celebrate its heritage in a modern and fresh way.

    Communication Arts, 06/06/2018

  • Solve Wins U.S. AOR Duties For Raymond James

    Solve Wins U.S. AOR Duties For Raymond James

    Financial services firm Raymond James has awarded agency-of-record duties for its national advertising account to Minneapolis-based Solve following a competitive review, the companies have confirmed. The St. Petersburg, FL-based Raymond James manages over $700 billion in financial assets. The review process was managed by Los Angeles-based search consultant The Burnett Collective. The new assignment is the latest win for Solve, which in December was awarded creative duties for the Indian Motorcycle and Slingshot brands.

    Accounts in Review, MediaPost, 01/11/2018

Client Start Year End Year
American Standard (Kitchen and Bath), Piscataway, NJ 2016 Current
Andersen Windows & Doors, Bayport, MN 2018 Current
Bernatello's Foods, Maple Lake, MN 2018 Current
Founders Brewing Company, Grand Rapids, MI 2015 Current
Indian Motorcycle, Medina, MN 2017 Current
Inspired Closets, Holland, MI 2017 Current
Porsche Cars, U.S., Atlanta, GA 2014 Current
Président Specialty Cheese, Laval, France 2015 Current
Raymond James Financial, St. Petersburg, FL 2018 Current
Sunoco, Dallas, TX 2019 Current

Solve is an independent, Minneapolis-based branding agency heralded for its creativity and business results. Founded in 2011, Solve has been named one of the top small agencies in America. Twice. Solve is the youngest agency to ever win the Ad Age “Small Agency of the Year” award which is based on creative work, client results and business growth among independent agencies with fewer than 150 people. Solve was also named one of North America’s Top 15 most effective independent agencies by PSFK. And, iMedia has named Solve a Digital Small Agency of the Year. The company’s silo-less, client-first model gives marketers a refreshing alternative to traditional agency structures and priorities.

  • Corey Johnson

    Corey Johnson

    President

  • John Colasanti

    John Colasanti

    CEO

  • Eric Sorensen

    Eric Sorensen

    Managing Creative Director

  • Hans Hansen

    Hans Hansen

    Managing Creative Director

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