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07 / 23 / 21

Zara Kurt Joins Solve As Connection Strategist

Solve recently hired Zara Kurt as a Connection Strategist, boosting its fast-growing Connection Strategy team. Prior to Solve, Kurt held stints in media at several shops in the Minneapolis area, working on brands such as Walmart, SuperAmerica and various professional sports teams. In her role, she’ll lend her experience toward cross-platform strategic planning and media execution for Solve’s clients. “Zara’s a great addition to our team,” says Solve Director of Connection Strategy/Partner Nicole Pomerleau. “She’s a seasoned pro that’ll bring great energy to our media planning and buying efforts.”


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06 / 25 / 21

Sunoco Cinema Spot Leverages New Fast & Furious Movie Release

As an extension of its “Fuel Your Best” campaign, Solve client Sunoco is launching a new cinema spot in conjunction with the release of “F9: The Fast Saga” – the latest film in the Fast & Furious franchise. The brand activation integrates with Sunoco’s “Fuel Your Best” messaging focus on fueling potential of its drivers, not just their cars. The new spot (shown below) will run during the summer as additional campaign elements roll out across various media.


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06 / 22 / 21

Solve Promotes Anna Dean To Accounting Manager

After starting at Solve as an Accounting Assistant two years ago, Anna Dean has been promoted to Accounting Manager. Always eager to step up and broaden her expertise, Dean has been taking on added responsibilities across all aspects of Solve’s financial picture. “We’re really happy to promote Anna,” says Solve Director Of Operations/Partner Kara Brower. “She consistently gives 110%, driven by a constant curiosity and hunger that’ll continue to fuel her career.”


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06 / 16 / 21

Solve Hires Three Summer Interns

Solve welcomed three interns this week – Nijah Brown, Peter Iwuh and Autumn Jackson. All of them are students at Morgan State University in Baltimore. As part of its Project Pipeline – an effort centered around providing advertising classroom curriculum for HBCUs to help inspire industry careers – Solve has partnered with Morgan State the last two semesters, delivering in-depth agency perspective via a range of topics and real-world assignments. This past spring semester culminated with an opportunity for a nine-week summer internship at Solve, with Brown, Iwuh and Jackson ultimately being selected as the intern group. “Nijah, Peter and Autumn were standout students, and we’re excited to have them join us this summer,” says Andrew Pautz, Solve Director of Business Development/Partner. “Whether they end up working for Solve or a different agency following graduation, our goal is to spark student interest in an advertising career.”


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06 / 11 / 21

Solve Employees Named To AdFed’s 32 Under 32

Two Solve employees – Hope Mueller and Rebecca Underwood – were named to AdFed Minnesota’s 32 Under 32 during an annual award ceremony spotlighting the best and brightest of the industry’s up-and-coming talent. This year’s 32 Under 32 are deemed The Disrupters, recognizing young advertising minds who disrupted the industry in spite of a challenging year. Congratulations to Hope and Rebecca on this well-deserved recognition. #TipOfTheCap #SolveCollectiveMight


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