CHANGE WITH US

Marketing is all about change. It occurs when you combine innovation and vision with action and doing. That’s what we can help your brand do. There are plenty of pretty decent ad agencies out there. But if you want game-changing marketing strategies and ideas that help move the needle, let's chat.

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A CENTURY OF EXPERIENCE

How does an ad agency hang around for more than 100 years? By embracing change. Lessing-Flynn was among the first ad agencies in Iowa to advertise on radio and television, use computers, and use e-mail. For a century-old company, we still think of ourselves as quite the trendsetters.

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LET'S WORK TOGETHER

We’re lucky to work with some of the most entrepreneurial companies in the world. Our client list is filled with clients who sell heavy machinery, financial products, and technology. Many started with one person tinkering in a garage willing to take a smart risk. If your story is similar, we’d love to visit.

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"Advertising is the bait that catches the goldfish in lake profit."

- Paul Lessing, Founder (1911)

"This agency has no fads, fancies or theories. It excels in the things that are worthwhile."

- Paul Lessing, Founder (1911)

"Remember this: There has never been a successful business that was not advertised in some way."

- Paul Lessing, Founder (1911)

"Proper advertising builds a good will that cannot be measured in dollars and cents."

- Paul Lessing, Founder (1911)

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