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All’s Well for Hanwell, Who Was Promoted

It’s becoming kind of a running theme that if you get hired and/or promoted at KK BOLD, we will make a terrifically awful pun using your name when we write about it for the agency e-news. So this fine tradition continues with Lexie Hanwell, who was recently promoted to the position of Account Executive after…

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North Dakota State Fair Breaks Records, Stays BOLD

North Dakota State Fair Breaks Records, Stays BOLD

After a year off due to last year’s flooding in Minot, the North Dakota State Fair came roaring back to life in 2012, setting new records for attendance and electrifying the state of North Dakota for nine big days. As in past years, KK BOLD oversaw all of the Fair’s marketing efforts, and the phenomenal results assisted in the North Dakota State Fair and KK BOLD agreeing to extend our partnership into the future.

KK BOLD selected as agency of record for Theodore Roosevelt Medora Foundation

KK BOLD is proud to announce that we have been chosen by the Theodore Roosevelt Medora Foundation to serve as their marketing agency of record. The TRMF account is one of the most coveted accounts in the region, and we are thrilled to have been selected to provide our services. KK BOLD’s selection by the…

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KK BOLD Works to Increase DeMaND

The stated goal for the TCC DeMaND Workforce project is simple: To offer affordable job and career training to tribal students in order to help them to land quality, high-paying jobs in their future. KK BOLD was thrilled to have recently been tapped to assist DeMaND in that endeavor, when we were chosen to be…

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North Dakota Lottery Selects KK BOLD as Agency of Record

KK BOLD has just won the lottery, in a manner of speaking. As the newest sign of our agency’s thorough commitment to excelling in the gaming industry, we were recently selected to be the new advertising agency of record for the North Dakota State Lottery. Over the last four months, KK BOLD participated in a…

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