GY&K Marketing Continues Growth

MANCHESTER,NH – Griffin York & Krause (GY&K), a leading full-service, mid-sized independent marketing innovation company today announced the addition of three new employees: Shoshanna Kelly as Senior Copywriter, Nichole Collins as Senior Art Director and Lauren Boucher as Account Manager.

Kelly comes to GY&K having worked for agencies including Digitas, Mullen and VIA on a number of premier brands including Panera, TD Banknorth, Foxwoods, National Grid, Ernst & Young and Buick/GMC. Collins, who also worked at Mullen, has worked with Stride-Rite, Columbia, HSBC, and Stop & Shop. Boucher was most recently a marketing manager at Brookstone, after years working in New York City for Martha Stewart Omnimedia and W Magazine.

“We are excited to see the great work that Shoshanna, Nichole and Lauren will bring to our clients,” said Travis York, President of GY&K. “We are fortunate to be experiencing continued growth with new clients and evolving services. GY&K is certainly becoming a refuge for all-star marketing talent who want to trade the grind of larger metropolitan agencies in favor of the ‘work hard, play hard’ mentality that we embrace.”

About Griffin York & Krause (GY&K)

Headquartered at the historic Amoskeag schoolhouse in Manchester, NH, GY&K is a marketing innovation company that offers services, technology & tools and licensed properties to drive sales for companies in a wide range of vertical industries. GY&K has been at the forefront of creativity and strategic thinking for over 35 years and currently employs over 45 people. Clients benefit from a wide range of integrated and complementary services including strategy and planning, branding and design, editorial services, digital, public relations, media planning and buying, multimedia as well as data and analytics.  GY&K currently works with Bauer Hockey, Dartmouth-Hitchcock, Moxie, the New Hampshire and Tri-State Lottery Commissions, Sweet Baby Ray’s and PeoplesBank, among others. For additional information, please visit .


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