Hirons promotes account director

Hirons, an Indianapolis-based advertising, public relations and digital agency, has promoted long-time employee, Kelsey Brewer, to account director for the communications management department.

Kelsey Brewer

INDIANAPOLIS

Brewer, a graduate of the University of Kentucky and an experienced advertising and marketing professional, has been an essential employee in the communications department for the past four years. She brings a level of strategy to her clients that allow them to achieve – and exceed – their business goals on a regular basis. She has been instrumental in developing and managing some of Hirons’ largest and most diverse accounts.

“I’m proud to advance in my career with a company that is continuing to grow and evolve as the industry changes,” said Brewer. “As I prepare to celebrate my five year anniversary at Hirons, I look forward to further developing current client relationships and impacting future new business.”

Responsible for handling measurable marketing programs that include branding, advertising, public relations and digital initiatives, Brewer is the day-to-day agency contact for several long-term clients in the Hirons portfolio. She will continue to use her high-level communications expertise to provide strategic counsel to Hirons’ clients and collaborate with the agency’s staff in her heightened role.

For information about current career opportunities, visit hirons.com/careers.

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About Hirons

Hirons, an award-winning advertising, public relations and digital communications firm based in Indianapolis, has been concepting, designing and distributing some of the state’s most widely recognized advertising campaigns since 1978. An established provider of bold and innovative communications solutions, Hirons’ research-based approach starts by first establishing the problem at hand and then tailoring our services to best fit our clients’ needs. With clients in both the commercial and government sectors, Hirons is leading efforts to spread both digital and traditional messages across the state of Indiana and beyond.