Teen medicine abuse is a pervasive and devastating problem, with one in four young people admitting to using prescription drugs to get high or alter their mood. To help combat this public health epidemic, we teamed with the Partnership for Drug-Free Kids to launch The Medicine Abuse Project along with actor/director Eric Stoltz, who himself lost a dear friend to drug abuse. The resulting work just won a coveted Lion for its stark, memorable portrayal of how easily drugs can end up in the wrong hands, and cause wrongful long-term suffering.
In 1968, Jay Hill, Alan Holliday, Jack Connors and Steve Cosmopulos founded an agency in Boston based on the principle that creativity could drive business. Forty five years later, we're still operating on that very same premise, albeit with a few more people. Today, there are more than 900 of us who work at Hill Holliday. Together, we are the 13th largest ad agency in the United States. It's very nice to meet you.