Hunt Adkins is a full-service brand
communications and digitally focused
Also, we like to blow shit up.
We are perhaps best known for our ongoing and rather public feud with Convention, the Expected and all things Status and Quo. We hate those guys; for over 20 years we’ve been beating the wise-ass smirks out of them all over the planet.
We partner with like-minded anarchists who like nothing better than to be handed Molotov cocktails of ideas to be hurled about with wild abandon. All we require of those we work with is that they are brilliant, confident, courageous and relentlessly driven to change the world, one well-thrown idea at a time.
Our anti-taupe agenda is accomplished through any and all means necessary: Sometimes branding and advertising is involved, but oftentimes it’s something quite different. Digital, analog, experiential, high-tech, low-tech—our only concern is to find the best method of delivery for explosive ideas.
We reward our clients’ trust with relentless determination, passion that borders on obsession and the kind of loyalty seldom found outside of German Shepherds.
We will not stop until we’ve driven back the Hordes of Milquetoast and made our clients kings of a more interesting world.
Hear that? That’s the sound of another big idea hitting its mark.
Patrick is the President and CEO of Hunt Adkins. He founded the agency with a mission to seamlessly integrate relevant, entertaining content with a key selling proposition in order to actually—and we’re not kidding here—make a difference, i.e., create ads that don’t make you want to lie down in front of a runaway cement truck.
Prior to HA, Patrick owned and sold a recreation and entertainment newspaper (was a ski bum), worked in the hospitality business as V.P. Marketing for a large restaurant and catering business (washed dishes) and worked at Fallon McElligott in both account management and account planning (sold his soul).
While at Fallon, he worked on well-known brands such as Federal Express, O.M. Scott & Sons and Hush Puppies.
04/21/2016 Say hi to Shanna Apitz @ tonight's @AdFedMN Mentorship Event. She'll be the one sharing lessons learned & judging your martini preferences.
04/12/2016 Someone may finally be able to dethrone @InfiniteMonkeyz at the 18th Annual HA Air Guitar Tournament of Terror. https://t.co/mhmak5fR0l
03/14/2016 HATCH sign-up ends Wed. No interview required, just intellect, courage & frontal lobes as tough as old shoe leather. https://t.co/4noGyEARxq
02/26/2016 Stop by and see Sarah and Anna at #TheSuperSummit. Exclusive opportunity to participate in #HATCH2016. Today only. https://t.co/kE2y7Rp8xk
Doug is the Chief Creative Officer and Vice President at Hunt Adkins. Prior to HA Doug was a copywriter at Bozell, Inc., also in Minneapolis, where he worked on such accounts as Chrysler-Plymouth, 3M, Valvoline Instant Oil Change, The United Way, Minnesota Vikings and Minnesota Twins. Doug studied English at the University of Minnesota, but became intensely interested in advertising soon after running out of food.
In addition to winning a cornucopian superabundance of advertising awards, Doug is also famous for his invention of the word cornucopian and for directing prose at the agency with the best copywriting in the country. In his spare time, Doug likes to write ads.
Ad Week once named Doug as one of the “hottest” copywriters in the country. Doug was briefly thrilled by this honor until learning that it was a reference to his writing skills and not his animal magnetism.
03/14/2016 Call me racist, but I don't think this country needs an orange president.
03/04/2016 Looking forward to Stephen King's sequel to 11/22/63 in which a man travels back in time to prevent the Trump presidency.
03/04/2016 RT @TheMeanMom: Pretty soon, Kasich is going to be speaking from a desk, in the basement, surrounded by boxes, asking about his stapler. #G…
01/17/2016 That 96-yard drive has to be considered one of the greatest ever.
*EXCLUDING: MESSAGES IN BOTTLES, UNCOMFORTABLE BODY LANGUAGE, FLAG-BASED SEMAPHORE, HOMEMADE HAM RADIO, INSECT PHEROMONES, VICTORIAN CALLING CARDS, TAPPING IN MORSE CODE ON OUR WALLS, SECRET BIRD-CALL-LIKE WHISTLES, ROBOT-TRANSFERRED VIDEO HOLOGRAMS, SINGING TELEGRAM, ROBOTIC SINGING TELEGRAM, THE SECRET DROP-BOX LOCATED NEXT TO THE FOOT OF THE BIG BOY RESTAURANT'S BIG BOY STATUE IN BISMARCK (NORTH DAKOTA), BACKWARD RECORDINGS BURIED WITHIN CHART-TOPPING SINGLES, BRAILLE OF ANY FORM, AMERICAN OR NON-AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE, CARRIER PIGEON, GRAFFITI TAGS, OR ANY CHAIN OF HUGE SIGNAL FIRES ATOP NEARBY MOUNTAIN PEAKS.