451 Marketing Rebrands as Agency 451

Agency reveals newly-designed company logo & website

BOSTON – April 13, 2017 – 451 Marketing will now be operating under a new name, Agency 451, effective immediately. This rebranding strategy reflects both the evolution of the company as well as its leadership’s vision for the future. This change is accompanied by a new corporate identity and a new website (www.agency451.com), prominently featuring the company’s work, talent and culture. Agency 451’s ownership and staff have not changed.

“Agency 451 better reflects who we are today,” said 451 co-founder, AJ Gerritson. “Over the years our offerings have grown tremendously and established 451 as a full-service shop, with very deep roots in digital.”

“The word ‘marketing’ in our name was limiting,” he added. “We are excited about the next chapter for our firm. Agency 451 lets us retain the amazing brand equity that we have built while positioning us for success for years to come.”

Since its founding in 2004, the agency has been constantly evolving and expanding its core offerings. Today, Agency 451 offers creative, strategy, advertising, digital marketing, public relations, social media, and research and analytics. As an integrated agency, 451 is strongly committed to uncovering unique consumer insights and using that knowledge and perspective to build award-winning campaigns for national and global brands.


Who is 451 Agency?

451 Agency knows it’s not about you or us, it’s about THEM…Your customers! By starting with consumer insights, our agency provides strategic creative, digital marketing and public relations campaigns that are compelling and engaging. Founded in 2004, 451 is one of the fastest growing independent agencies in the country with three offices and over eighty-five full-time staff. Winners of numerous industry awards for creative excellence, outstanding achievement in public relations, and innovation in digital marketing, 451 prides itself and credits its growth to the agency’s motto to always “exceed our clients’ expectations.”