The C-3 Group is proud to announce that Tony Neary will be joining the marketing agency’s team as Creative Director. Neary will be responsible for leading the production team, developing creative work including brand development, print, web, email, and more.
An industry-leading creative talent, Tony is a designer, writer and illustrator with 18 years of experience in design and branding. He has led creative development at different agencies that included clients such as Coca-Cola, P&G, Johnson & Johnson, GoPro, NASCAR, ConAgra, Georgia Pacific, Miller Brewing, Bicycle Playing Cards, MindBody, Mercury Marine and Kroger.
He has been published in Inc. Magazine for his branding work with Dave’s Gourmet, published in GDUSA, LogoLounge, LEAD Magazine and other publications. In 2011 he and his team won Emerging Business of the Year through the Cincinnati USA Chamber of Commerce. His work can be seen online and on shelf everywhere with work for Kroger, J.R. Revelry Bourbon and McCabe’s Granola.
In addition to becoming the new Creative Director at the C-3 Group, Tony taught Business and Ethics of Design at the School of Advertising Art in Kettering, Ohio where he has been nominated for Educator of the Year twice by AAF, Dayton.
President Brad Cullman said, “We’ve taken the time to find the right creative leader for The C-3 Group, and we’ve found that in Tony. Bringing him on board will take C-3 to the next level and ensure our creative work is first-rate.”
Tony added, “It is a tremendous honor to join such a talented team of marketers. I look forward to working with them and pushing our creative and brand development to another level. To me, everything is about the team. That means as an internal agency team, but also being a true team member to our clients.”
I believe that the work we create should be fun and should bring the audience joy. I believe it is our job to earn your business on every project. It is all about doing authentic, engaging work that builds fans of your brand. Some great work is being done in our region and I look forward to pushing that even further. The C-3 Group is going to do some big things. Let’s get to work.”