We help brands create
authentic and credible communications.

At No Limit Agency, we believe that every brand has a story and that it is our job to find it,
massage it and tell it again and again and again through PR, Social Media, Marketing, Advertising and Digital.
The leader in franchise PR and development strategies- we deliver results.

Company.

Starting out as a franchise PR firm, No Limit has grown to become a full-service agency. We connect all of the dots internally, customizing each relationship to fit the specific needs of the client. That means that no communications strategy (PR, Marketing, Advertising, Social Media, Digital) is put in a silo; they are an intersection of your brand’s greatest moments.

We also believe in the protection of your dollars, in that every dollar you spend should deliver the highest possible return on investment.

Services.

Public
Relations
Marketing
Franchise
Development
Digital
Social
Media
Advertising

Our Work.

From traditional PR and Social Media to marketing and franchise development programs, No Limit is dedicated to helping brands connect with their target audiences and grow through the power of communication.

Clients.

boukas
Vice President

If you could have dinner with any celebrity (dead or alive), who would it be?

Jimmy Fallon

Favorite movie of all time.

Pee Wee’s Big Adventure

Drink of choice:

An ice-cold draft of Allagash White or a glass of malbec.

What music are you embarrassed that you like listening to?

Boy bands, though I’m not all that embarrassed by it.

What’s the most important part of the sandwich?

The bread. Preferably fresh baguette.

emily
Account Manager

Which superhero would you like to be

Iron Man

Where did you graduate?

University of Sydney

Drink of choice.

Red wine

What are you afraid of?

Birds attacking me

What makes you feel old?

The fact that I don’t enjoy going to really loud bars or nightclubs anymore

lois
Account Manager

Where did you graduate?

AUBURN UNIVERSITY! WDE!

Drink of choice

Wine and bourbon, but not together.

What are you afraid of?

I’m not answering this question because I feel like I will be tortured by all.

What makes you feel old?

That I don’t want to do anything on a Friday night.

What music are you embarrassed that you like listening to?

Ughhh, T-Swift.

devon
Account Executive

If you could have dinner with any celebrity (dead or alive), who would it be?

Crusoe the Celebrity Dachshund, but only if my wiener dog, Bruzer, could join.

Favorite movie of all time.

Big Trouble in Little China.

Where did you graduate?

Greatest place in the world. University of Florida.

What has been the best advice you’ve ever received?

“Google it.” – Lauren Boukas, Vice President of No Limit Agency.

What are you afraid of?

Noises in the dark. Not the dark, just whatever makes the noise in the dark.

 

matt
Account Manager

Which superhero would you like to be?

Do X-Men count?If so, then Magneto. If not, then then the Flash! EXTREMELY underrated power. But really, you can’t beat Superman… Kryptonite isn’t real…is it?

What has been the best advice you’ve ever received?

There are things in this world worth caring about.

If you could have dinner with any celebrity (dead or alive), who would it be?

Will Smith. Greatest actor of all time. I’ll fight you on this all day!

Favorite movie of all time:

Wedding Crashers

What’s the most important part of the sandwich?

The last bite! Is this a trick question?

jonny
Digital Manager

If you could have dinner with any celebrity (dead or alive), who would it be?

Eddie Vedder.

Where did you graduate?

NCI – National College of Ireland.

Favorite mobile app.
Newser.

What makes you feel old?

Being old.

What’s the most important part of the sandwich?

The meat.

sean
Chief Dev. Strategist

Favorite movie of all time

There so many categories and too many to choose from , it’s too hard.  It would be like asking a parent to pick their favorite kid.  Although I have been an extra in two movies, Seabiscuit and Airborne so if you look hard enough you may see me.

Where did you graduate?

I graduated from the University of Cincinnati with a degree in Marketing.  I’m a huge Bearcat Football Fan.

What phrase or idiom do you think makes no sense?

There are many things I would like to say but can’t, there are many things I like to do but don’t, I don’t have a lot of thoughts, that’s why I have friends.  Author- SOAKS

What were you like as a kid?

Really small, skinny, with big ears which with my name didn’t help around St. Patrick’s Day.

What has been the best advice you’ve ever received?

Personally – “Live your life with integrity, your word is what you will be measured on.”  Professionally I have 2 – “It’s not what you say, it is what people hear” & “Success is not just doing the right things but doing things right”

alison
Account Executive

Where did you graduate?

MIZ-ZOU University of Missouri

Favorite movie of all time

The Sweetest Thing. I’ll quote the whole “not made for TV” version of the movie for anyone that asks (it doesn’t happen often).

Drink of choice

Wine. Red, white, where is it?

What were you like as a kid?

I was a complete tomboy and I really liked to make up stories. Now I’m high maintenance and I can’t tell a lie without giggling… I don’t really know what happened.

What are you afraid of?

Spiders, needles and all things related to Taylor Swift.

brian
Director of Accounts

Which song best describes your work ethic?

The song that best describes my work ethic would be Tina Turner’s “Private Dancer”. Oh, wait. This is for my PR job? Um, pretend i didn’t say that then. I don’t have a second job. I swear.

If you could have dinner with any celebrity (dead or alive), who would it be?

Mark Twain. But I’d like to be alive during the dinner so I could enjoy it more.

Drink of choice:

Pink lemonade. Go ahead. Laugh. I’m confident in my manliness.

If your life was made into a movie, what would it be titled and which actor would play you?

Braveheart 2: The Musical starring Michael Bublé.

What’s the most important part of the sandwich?

In order of importance, the top 5 most important parts of the sandwich would have to be 1)Meat. 2)Meat. 3)Meat. 4)Meat. 5)Everything else. If a sandwich does not have at least one meat on it, it should be thrown away and anyone that was about to eat it should be put in the stocks for villagers to ironically throw rotten vegetables at them.

kaminski
Senior Account Manager

Which song best describes your work ethic?

“Bossy” by Kelis. “You don’t have to love me, you don’t even have to like me, but you will respect me. You know why?”

Favorite movie of all time:

Clueless. As a matter of fact, I drop a quote from the movie at least once a week.

Drink of choice:

Margaritas, Ay Carumba!

What were you like as a kid?

I used to sing and dance everywhere I went, was really loud, and always dressed in a cute and funky outfit. Not much has changed.

What’s the most important part of the sandwich?

Meatballs. I like meatballs. I’m a little meatball.

jodie (1)
Consultant

Which song best describes your work ethic?

“Seasons of Love”

Favorite movie of all time?

Wizard of Oz

Drink of choice.

Starbucks Peppermint Mocha

What were you like as a kid?

Very theatrical and loved giving hugs

What has been the best advice you’ve ever received?

Never give up

ralle
Writer

Which song best describes your work ethic?

Let’s Dance – David Bowie

Where did you graduate?

University of Missouri

What were you like as a kid?

Bald

Favorite mobile app.

“I’m just going to Yelp it”

What are you afraid of?

Sitting idle

pat
Account Executive

If you could have dinner with any celebrity (dead or alive), who would it be?

Michael Jeffrey Jordan aka the “GOAT” (Greatest of All Time), duh

Favorite movie of all time.

Super hard question but October Sky always comes to mind.

Where did you graduate?

Northern Illinois University, Huskies Baby

What were you like as a kid?

Pretty cool, dressed up as Batman when I got home from school everyday.

What music are you embarrassed that you like listening to?

Um, Ariana Grande. She has a voice of an angel. Did you hear her rendition of the Star Spangled Banner at the opening game of the 2014 NFL season? Beautiful

michelle
Digital Producer

If you could have dinner with any celebrity (dead or alive), who would it be?

JK Rowling

Drink of choice.

Vodka & Water

What were you like as a kid?

Incredibly shy.

Favorite mobile app.

Instagram

What’s the most important part of the sandwich?

Please don’t make me choose.

jackie
Account Manager

Favorite movie of all time.

It’s a tie, sorry it has to be a tie. Forrest Gump and Erin Brockovich.

Where did you graduate?

Central Michigan University, Fire up Chips!

Drink of choice

Non-Alcoholic: Unsweetened Iced Tea, with a slice of real lemon, NOT artificial lemon flavor. Alcoholic: A Moscow Mule, mmm!

What were you like as a kid?

Bossy, really high energy and a little quirky. Not much has changed ;-)

What has been the best advice you’ve ever received?

You can’t make anyone else happy if you’re not happy. Know the things that are most important to you and don’t compromise on those things. Balance in life is always key. If you can achieve these three things, you’ll naturally be able to have a positive effect on the other people around you.

 

taylor
Digital Coordinator

If you could have drinks with any celebrity (dead or alive), who would it be?

Britney Spears.

Where did you graduate?

University of Michigan. Forever, Go Blue!

Drink of choice.

It’s a tie between a Gin and Tonic and a Jameson and Ginger.

What phrase or idiom do you think makes no sense?

Man alive!

What has been the best advice you’ve ever received?

Always stand up for yourself.

logan
Account Executive

If you could have dinner with any celebrity (dead or alive), who would it be?

Audrey Hepburn, Jackie Onassis, or Notorious B.I.G.

Favorite movie of all time.

There’s no way I could choose just one but my top 4 are Rocky, A League of their Own, Moonstruck and It’s a Wonderful Life (yes, I watch this year round).

Drink of choice.

Crown & Ginger please! My Greek roots taught me Metaxa & Dr. Pepper.

What has been the best advice you’ve ever received.

Whatever you do in life, remember that your last name is attached to it.

What are you afraid of?

Elevators, the dark and when people jump out from behind things.

nick
Chief Brand Strategist

Drink of choice:

Grey Goose + Blue Cheese Olives. This way, I can save calories by forgetting a mixer and gain them back by consuming the decadent cheese stuffed olives.

What were you like as a kid?

Fat. And a dream. I always dreamt big and never let challenges sidetrack me from my vision. I like to think that I have always been funny and the class clown. I loved sports. I loved music. I loved movies. I loved friends and family. I truly had an incredible childhood.

If our life was made into a movie, what would it be titled and which actor would play you?

To Be Continued and depending on how fit I was either Ryan Reynolds or Ryan Reynolds in the fat suit.

What has been the best advice you’ve ever received?

If you don’t take care of your clients, someone else will. And, you are the average of the people you hang with. If those people are creative, optimistic and energetic, you will be in good shape.

What are you afraid of?

Death and airplanes. I guess the plane because of death.

sharon
Chief Financial Officer

If you could have dinner with any celebrity (dead or alive), who would it be?

Amal Alumuddin. She made the George Clooney cut.

Drink of choice.

Made-from-scratch margarita.

What phrase or idiom do you think makes no sense?

“Don’t look a gift horse in the mouth.” I’m just not enough of a horse-buying expert to understand.

What has been the best advice you’ve ever received?

“Get ‘er Done.”

What are you afraid of?

Insects and mold and houseplants.

alia
Social Media Manager

Favorite movie of all time?

Clue.

If your life was made into a movie, what would it be titled and which actor would play you?

“Everyone loves a MuJew Girl”; Rashida Jones because she’s ethnically ambiguous and just plain awesome.

Drink of choice.

Champagne cocktail with St. Germain.

What music are you embarrassed that you like listening to?

Former American Idol winners.

What’s the most important part of the sandwich?

The pickle that comes with it.

andrew
Account Executive

Favorite movie of all time?

Caddyshack. You’re not being the ball, Danny.

Where did you graduate?

THE Ohio State University, 2015 College Football Playoff National Champions.

Drink of choice.

Yuengling Lager, light if I feel like being “healthy”

What music are you embarrassed that you like listening to?

Meat Loaf gets me all kinds of pumped up. Meat Loaf is still cool right?

What’s the most important part of the sandwich?

The bacon. And if there isn’t bacon on the sandwich, you are doing it wrong.

Rachel
Account Executive

Where did you graduate?

USC (Southern California not South Carolina).

Which song best describes your work ethic?

“Stronger” – Kanye West.

What phrase or idiom do you think makes no sense?

Everything happens for a reason.

What were you like as a kid?

Rambunctious and rebellious.

Favorite movie of all time.

Almost Famous.

 

andi
Digital Executive

Which superhero would you like to be?

Kanye West

If you could have dinner with any celebrity (dead or alive), who would it be?

Andy Cohen

Where did you graduate?

Drake University.

What are you afraid of?

Fear itself.

What’s the most important part of the sandwich?

Bread. Unless Ina Garten makes it, then everything.

 

eric2
Writer

Which song best describes your work ethic?

“Sleep Talk” by Shannon and the Clams. If a project is unfinished
when I head home at night, there’s a good chance I’ll be murmuring
about deadlines in my sleep. I need things to be done before I go to
bed.

Favorite movie of all time?

Ferris Bueller’s Day Off, hands down. Part of the reason I moved to Chicago was the off chance I might some day sing “Danke Schoen” on a float during a parade downtown.

Drink of choice.

Depends on my budget and who I’m trying to impress. First date? Gin and tonic with high-end spirits. Hanging out with old friends? Really cheap (and most likely disgusting) beer.

What were you like as a kid?

I was the class clown, which meant my teachers hated me. Also, I had a lot more hair.

What has been the best advice you’ve ever received?

Fake it ’til you make it. There are so many times in life where you will have no idea what you’re doing. The key is to pretend like you do and figure it out.

ahmad
Digital Producer

Favorite movie of all time.

D2: The Mighty Ducks.

Drink of choice

Raspberry Iced Tea.

Favorite Mobile app.

Domino’s App.

What are you afraid of?

Getting Hungry.

What music are you embarrassed that you like listening to?

O-Town.

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