A Chat With...

Andy Sroka

Account Executive

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

Straight out of college, I tried my hand in the world of sports working behind the scenes. I met a lot of awesome people along the way, but much of my work was done on my own without the need to collaborate with the rest of my team. That got old. I began to search for jobs back home, in Chicago, and landed on this small, up-and-coming agency called No Limit. Once I got a glimpse at this company’s culture, I was hooked.

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

The people, the culture. It’s like all of the good parts of the people you hung out with at high school – except everyone is really good at their jobs. It’s fun as hell. To work alongside these people, to brainstorm with them, you learn a lot every single day and you laugh while doing it.

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

We’re really good at what we do and we care a whole lot – about each other, our brands, and our work.

What has been your proudest moment at No Limit Agency?

I have many of them. The most rewarding part of the job is working with the franchisees at the local level who make their brands tick. If I can shine a little of the spotlight on the brave ones who take the leap into entrepreneurship, I can be happy. Those are always my proudest moments.

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

You get both quality and quantity with us. We have core values in place that make sure our clients come first and they’ve gotten us this far. As long as we stick to our beliefs, there’s nothing we can’t accomplish as an agency.


Who have been influential in your life and why?

My girlfriend Molly has the answer to every question I’ve ever had, I think. Since I was a senior in high school, she’s helped me get to where I am today. She’s  both the smartest and funniest person I know, and all of it makes me better at my job.

Outside of work, what do you like to do?

I like to watch pro wrestling and baseball. You know, dude stuff.

Drink or food of choice?

Any and all types of Mexican food. I could eat it for every meal, easily. Also, cereal. Like Fruity Pebbles, Apple Jacks, all the real sugary stuff. This is practically my diet already. I’m 24.

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

My family always keeps it pretty lowkey for birthdays, which I’ve always appreciated. We hang out together and go to dinner. That’s always fun. But, I will say, that one time in middle school my mom went all out and stood in a really long line to get me the PSP – the PlayStation Portable – and it shocked me. This was unlike her and it was awesome. I was really happy that day.

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

I am just dumping hot sauce on everything already, so if we could get to work with Cholula or Frank’s RedHot that’d be a dream come true.