Hill Holliday
Bring us your impossible.

The uglier the problem, the better we look. We create beautiful and effective work to solve our clients’ most demanding problems. We don’t shy away from the impossible. We welcome it. This mindset has driven Hill Holliday since 1968, when four guys set out to build the first national agency based in Boston with $6,000 in savings and the belief that creativity could make a difference.

The harder the challenge, the better we are. The more demanding the brief, the more determined we are to crack it.

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  • 46
    Years in business
  • 2
  • 34
    Average age of employee
  • 861

about Hill Holliday

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  • Advertising / Full Service
  • Media Planning, Buying & Investment
  • Digital Services
  • Social Media
  • Mobile


  • Boston, United States
  • New York, United States
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recent work.

Hill Holliday and SWEETHEARTS® Celebrate 150 Years of Conversation Hearts

Hill Holliday is working with the New England Confectionery Company (NECCO) and the SWEETHEARTS® Brand to proudly support the 150th anniversary of conversation hearts in a big way. The multi-channel campaign includes interactive, a unique video and a contest to promote Sweethearts®, a Valentines Day staple since 1866. Read More

Hill Holliday and Bank of America Launch “Magic Parents” for the Holidays

Hill Holliday and Bank of America introduced a new :30 TV spot for Bank of America’s Cash Rewards credit card. The spot is told through the eyes of a young boy, Danny, stuck on a boring holiday shopping excursion with his parents. As the story unfolds though, we see Danny’s imagination take over to turn this mundane experience into a magical one, as his parents are transformed into the toys that he’s been dreaming of getting for the holidays. Read More

Hill Holliday and Bank of America Help Create A Baseball Memory

Hill Holliday and Bank of America teamed up with Major League Baseball and the Houston Astros to create an amazing memory for a special family. An incredible tee-baller named Cooper won over the Internet after a video of him dancing on first base was posted online. A family member shared the video on her Twitter account, and her tweet was retweeted more than 19,000 times, picked up by numerous blogs and featured on Sportscenter. Read More


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