The Martin Agency
creates new energy for brands.

The Martin Agency is a full-service agency with unified capabilities in advertising, strategic planning, media, direct response, interactive, data analytics, design, branded content and local lead generation. The company's strength lies not in a type of account, category or even a style of work, but rather in its ability to help brands find and tap into new energy. Energy that fuels growth, powers big ideas and breathes new life into the relationship between the brand and consumers. The Martin Agency has created new energy for brands including Benjamin Moore, Chips Ahoy!, Discover, GEICO, Hanes, JFK Presidential Library and Museum, KAYAK, Land O’Lakes, OREO, PING, RITZ Crackers, Subway, Sabra Dipping Company and Stoli. 

  • 450+
  • 13
    Cannes Lions won in 2017
  • 52
    years in the industry

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  • Advertising / Full Service
  • Digital Services
  • Media Planning, Buying & Investment
  • Direct / eCRM / One-to-one


  • Richmond, United States
  • London, England
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recent work.

The Martin Agency and Purina Raise Money for Rescue Horses

The Martin Agency launched the new “This Old Horse” video for Purina® yesterday, promoting their Equine Senior® feed, where they will donate one dollar to A Home For Every Horse for every bag sold. The “This Old Horse” video from Purina®, inspired by a poem written by horse rescue advocate Jesse Vee, leverages the fact that Purina Equine Senior® is the #1 feed used by horse rescue organizations. The spot aims to highlight horse rescue awareness and that every horse deserves a good home. Read More

The Martin Agency and Purina Mills Launch 'No Two Herds Are Alike'

The Martin Agency recently launched a new campaign for Purina Mills: “No Two Herds Are Alike,” challenging the perception that Purina Mills is too big to offer feed solutions unique to each producer. It just began running as a trade ad in publications for dairy producers. Read More

Martin Helps Increase Organ Donation in an Unusual Way

Every day 22 people die waiting for an organ transplant. That's 8,000 every year (DLA site). It’s not because we’re lacking the technology, the hospitals or the “bodies.” It’s not because doctors are unwilling or unskilled. It’s simply because there are not enough organ donors. In just two weeks this simple, but powerful communications effort changed that by increasing daily organ donor registrations from 149 per day to 1,022 per day, an increase of 585%. It's not often that we get to use our marketing superpowers for good. In this case, we did and the result will be many lives... Read More


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