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St. Louis Advertising and PR Agencies

The definition of what an advertising agency is has certainly changed over the years, but one truism remains – agencies exist as a collection of experts who use their professional advice and talents to advance their clients’ brands and messages. These talents are used in print advertising, graphic design/collateral, radio and television production, public relations, sales promotions, events, outdoor displays, web and digital media. Agency sizes vary and our goal for this list is to recognize as many St. Louis communications professionals as we can.

We’ve attempted to gather the names of St. Louis advertising agencies from over the years. Some of these firms were headquartered in St. Louis, while others had their headquarters in different cities and maintained a St. Louis office.

In any list of this nature there are omissions and we apologize in advance. If you know of an advertising agency that is not included please send it via email to [email protected] If you can include a brief history (or archives) we would appreciate that information as well.

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Agency NameHistoryAccounts
Faber & Partners  1993- 1994
Falk Harrison  Cass Bank; Sigma Aldrich; Webster University;
The Farrell Group  1987
Fashion Advertising  1940- 1948 Name changed to Marjorie Wilten Advertising
FBA Marketing-Communications  Imo's Pizza (1990),
Feature Advertising  1988? Greater St. Louis Chapter of Girl Scouts (1989); St. Joseph Hospital of Kirkwood (1988);
Federal Advertising Company  1930?- 1931?
Gary Ferguson Public Relations  1971- m1988
Ferrario & Goodman Advertising  1984?
Final Phase Marketing  1993- Lambert International Airport Expansion Program
Finkel & Associates  1985- 2013 Center for Excellence in Financial Counseling; Consumer Credit Counseling Service of the Mississippi River Valley; Hydro Dramatics; National Garden Clubs; SAK Construction; Tarlton Corp.;
Chick Finney Associates  1974?
Fisher, Waltke & Hagen  1970-1980
Fisher-Brown Advertising Company  1925?- 1927 Name changed to Fisher-Wilson Advertising Agency
Fisher-Wilson Advertising Agency  1927- 1930? Formerly Fisher-Brown All Locking Zinc Shingle Co. (1928); American Fur Co. (1927); Candy Bros. Mfg. (1927); City Dairies (1928); Columbia Products Co. (1928); Consolidated Coal (1927); Eick Mfg. (1928); Fore Electric Co. (1928); Frost Lumber Industries (1927); Funsten-Fouke Fur Co. (1927); Huttig Sash and Door (1927); Missouri Military Academy (1927); Mt. Cabin Co. soft drinks (1928); Papendick Bakery (1928); International Chemical Company (1930-); St. Louis Coffin Co. (1927); St. Louis Seed Co, (1928); St. Louis Technical School (1928); St. Louis Union Trust (1927-28);
Fitzgerald & Partners PR  1988?
Fleishman-Hillard  1946- Anheuser-Busch; AT&T; Centerre Bank; Emerson; Energizer; Enterprise Holdings; Illinois Health Insurance Marketplace (2013); Kraftig Beer; Monsanto; Panera Bread Co.; SCS Compute, Inc. (1994); Southwestern Bell;
Frankel Public Relations  1995- Ameren; BioResearch & Development Growth (BRDG) Park at Danforth Plant Science Center; Bunzl Distribution; CDG Engineers; Council of Better Business Bureaus; Enterprise Car Sales; Enterprise CarShare; Enterprise Rent-A-Car; Enterprise Fleet Management; Great Rivers Greenway District; Helix Center Biotech Incubator; Maritz Corporate Travel; Missouri Partnership; Monsanto; Peabody Energy; Ross & Baruzzini; Sears Portrait Studio; St. Louis Community College/Foundation; St. Louis County Economic Council; Warner-Lambert Pharmaceuticals (Benedryl & Neosporin brands); Washington University in St. Louis - College of Arts & Sciences; Yellow Pages Publishers' Association;
Oakleigh R. French & Associates  1931- 1957 Became French & Shields, Inc. A. Leschen & Sons Rope Company (1935-); Alco Valve Company (1932-); Alvey Conveyor Mfg. Co. (1952); AMP Corporation (1945); A.P. Green Fire Brick (1949); Associated Fund, Inc. (1954); Berry-Wehmiller Machinery (1956); Bondex (1945); Bonnee Buttered Beef Steaks (1950); Carter Carburetor (1956); Century Electric (1939); Chandeyson Electric Co. (1953); Chicago & Southern Airlines (1938); Christian Peper Tobacco Co. (1945); Coil Piston Rings (1933); C.V. Mosby Publishing (1938); Dixie Mills Feeds (1947-51); Fadeless Dyes (1949); General Radiators (1957); Gold Top Beer (1952-); Granite City Metal Decorating (1956); Greenleaf Mfg. (1954); Hunter Engineering (1949); Hunter Packing (1946-); Jefferson Hotel (1952-); Johansen Shoes (1945); Koken Cosmetics (1936-); Krey Packing Co. (1938); Kwik-Cut Manufacturing (1932-); Lincoln Engineering (1949); Luber-Tone Inc. (1938); Lubertone Auto Lubricant (1948); Medart Auto Electric (1948-); Medart's Restaurants (1952-); Meletio Sea Foods (1948-51); Mercantile Commerce Bank & Trust (1946-1951); Mercantile Trust Company Banking Services (1952-); Monarch Metal Weatherstrip Co. (1937-); National Candy Co. (1945); Papendick Bakery (1938); Parks Air College (1938); Perceptual Development Laboratories, Inc. (1955); Phelan-Faust Paint (1945-49); R.E. Funsten Co. (1950); Reisch Brewing Co. (1951); Riverside Mfg. (1933-); Robertson Aviation (1936); The Scott Newcomb Furnace Co. (1936); Scruggs, Vandervoort, Barney (1937); Seven-Up (1945); Standard Pipe Protection (1948); St. Louis Federal Savings & Loan (1948-51); St. Louis Oil Heat Institute (1949); Sunnen Products (1931- 1948); Vestal Chemical (1933-); Vess Beverages (1950-51); Wagner Electric (1935-); Wallace Pencil Co (1938); W.G. Best Homes Co. (1954); Whistle Beverages (1950-51); White-Rodgers Electric Co. (1955); Wicks Organ Co. (1956); WTMV Radio (1938); Valley Electric (1938); Valley Show Co. (1947);
French & Shields, Inc.  1957- 1959? Formerly Oakleigh R. French & Associates. Became French Advertising, Inc. Carter Carburetor (1957); General Steel Castings (1957); Lincoln Engineering (1957); Lion Oil (1959);
French Advertising, Inc.  1959?- 1961 Became Ridgway, Hirsch & French American Paint Journal, Inc. (1960); Home Building Corp. (1959); Precision Automotive Components (1959); St. Louis Plymouth Dealers (1960); Tier-Rack Corporation (1959);
Froeschner Creative  1989- Baue Funeral Home; Behlmann Pontiac, Buick, GMC; Boemler Chevrolet; Brockland Buick, Pontiac, GMC; Dent Wizard; Clarkson Jewelers; Ed Napleton Honda; ELCO Chevrolet; Gardenview Care Centers; Heartland Bank; Midwest GMC Dealers; Moore Automotive Group; Pundmann Ford; Queen Bee Maternity; Vatterott Colleges; West Port Plaza; Westminster Christian Academy;
Fuse Advertising  1997- Adam’s Mark Hotels & Resorts; Eddie Robinson Foundation; Harrah’s Entertainment; Kentucky Fried Chicken; McCormack Baron; Missouri Division of Tourism; Schnucks (1999), Shreveport State Fair (1999), St. Louis 2004 (1999), St. Louis Cardinals (1999),
Fustion Imaging 
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