Sept. 16, 2013
/PRNewswire/ -- Back in the summer of 1980, when Americans were held hostage in
, the Moscow Summer Olympics were boycotted by the US, and
was serving his last year in office, a small PR shop with big dreams was born; an agency that would make significant contributions to the world of public relations. It is from this legacy that
proudly celebrates our
Why 33? At age 33,
drafted the Declaration of Independence – setting the stage for the new
set the women's world speed record, paving the way for her solo flight across the Atlantic;
set out on his famous expedition with
(TimBL) first proposed the world-wide web;
had penned at least a dozen of his plays with dozens of his most famous still to come; and Beethoven had written two of his symphonies, with seven more of his best on the way.
With forbearers such as these, we think 33 is an auspicious year. And, like these predecessors, we believe Cone Communications is on the cusp of some really great things.
"Our 33rd year is a major turning point for us as an agency; we have really come of age and are poised to achieve new heights," says
, Cone Communications' Chairman. "And, we think we're in pretty good company."
So what does an agency do coming off the strongest year in its history? Continue to evolve, innovate and position the agency for exponential growth.