A Chat With...

Andrew Stern

Sr. Account Executive

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Why did you pick No Limit Agency as the next stop in your career?

Coming from the big-agency advertising world, I was looking for a smaller agency where I could play a bigger role and be more creative. From the first moment, I knew NLA would offer exactly what I was looking for and I haven’t looked back.

What do you love most about working at No Limit Agency?

The people. From the leadership team all the way down, the people of No Limit care deeply about their clients and their fellow employees. It is truly a joy to come work with the No Limit family every day.

What do you wish the outside world would think about No Limit Agency?

I wish everyone could know just how well we balance work and fun. To see the incredible level of dedication in the office intermixed with our intense games of ping pong or all-out NERF gun war would blow people away.

What has been your proudest moment at No Limit Agency?

Watching my first national TV segment run in real-time, and knowing that people in every household in the country could see the end result of our work!

In what ways will No Limit Agency become the greatest mid-sized agency ever?

I think we are poised to build the best relationships with the media of any agency in the world. The response I see from media members who have worked with No Limit and seen what we can help put together is unparalleled.

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Who have been influential in your life and why?

The top influence in my life is my wife Samantha. She works harder than anyone I know, is infinitely smarter and more empathetic than I am, and is always pushing me to do better. Wouldn’t be where I am without her!

Outside of work, what do you like to do?

Alternate sports torture with sports euphoria, as I invest more than I should in both my hapless Buffalo Bills and slightly more successful Ohio State Buckeyes.

Drink or food of choice?

You can keep all your fancy craft beers; I’ll take a Yuengling Lager every time.

What is the best gift you ever received for your birthday?

My Taylor 310 acoustic guitar, which I so creatively named “Taylor.” She is my first true love.

If there was one brand you would love to work with, which one and why?

Abbott’s Frozen Custard out of my hometown of Rochester, NY. They recently began franchising, and I would love to help spread their word (and my childhood memories) throughout the world.

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Who have been influential in your life and why?

The top influence in my life is my wife Samantha. She works harder than anyone I know, is infinitely smarter and more empathetic than I am, and is always pushing me to do better. Wouldn’t be where I am without her!

Outside of work, what do you like to do?

Alternate sports torture with sports euphoria, as I invest more than I should in both my hapless Buffalo Bills and slightly more successful Ohio State Buckeyes.

Drink or food of choice?

You can keep all your fancy craft beers; I’ll take a Yuengling Lager every time.

What is the best gift you ever received for your birthday?

My Taylor 310 acoustic guitar, which I so creatively named “Taylor.” She is my first true love.

If there was one brand you would love to work with, which one and why?

Abbott’s Frozen Custard out of my hometown of Rochester, NY. They recently began franchising, and I would love to help spread their word (and my childhood memories) throughout the world.

PLAY

Who have been influential in your life and why?

The top influence in my life is my wife Samantha. She works harder than anyone I know, is infinitely smarter and more empathetic than I am, and is always pushing me to do better. Wouldn’t be where I am without her!

Outside of work, what do you like to do?

Alternate sports torture with sports euphoria, as I invest more than I should in both my hapless Buffalo Bills and slightly more successful Ohio State Buckeyes.

Drink or food of choice?

You can keep all your fancy craft beers; I’ll take a Yuengling Lager every time.

What is the best gift you ever received for your birthday?

My Taylor 310 acoustic guitar, which I so creatively named “Taylor.” She is my first true love.

If there was one brand you would love to work with, which one and why?

Abbott’s Frozen Custard out of my hometown of Rochester, NY. They recently began franchising, and I would love to help spread their word (and my childhood memories) throughout the world.

PLAY

Who have been influential in your life and why?

The top influence in my life is my wife Samantha. She works harder than anyone I know, is infinitely smarter and more empathetic than I am, and is always pushing me to do better. Wouldn’t be where I am without her!

Outside of work, what do you like to do?

Alternate sports torture with sports euphoria, as I invest more than I should in both my hapless Buffalo Bills and slightly more successful Ohio State Buckeyes.

Drink or food of choice?

You can keep all your fancy craft beers; I’ll take a Yuengling Lager every time.

What is the best gift you ever received for your birthday?

My Taylor 310 acoustic guitar, which I so creatively named “Taylor.” She is my first true love.

If there was one brand you would love to work with, which one and why?

Abbott’s Frozen Custard out of my hometown of Rochester, NY. They recently began franchising, and I would love to help spread their word (and my childhood memories) throughout the world.