A Chat With...

Sara Amato

Creative Executive

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

I was in journalism for almost 8 years and No Limit Agency felt like a logical next step in my career. No Limit Agency wasn’t sold to me as just another marketing/PR company, but for a way to get to know your clients and brands and to tell their stories. That was really important to me.

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

Everyone is incredibly passionate about what they do. And they do it all with a smile on their face. You can’t really ask for more than that. Plus, there’s a lot of ping pong.

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

I think it’s really important to not just think of us as a typical PR agency and to think of us as more of an agency ready to disrupt the norm.

What has been your proudest moment at No Limit Agency?

I’m a No Limit newbie, so TBD please. I’m working on it.

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

There isn’t a beginning and end point for No Limit Agency. They believe in the story and the constant continuation of campaigns versus a singular idea. It’s the ability to build and build and succeed that will make No Limit Agency standout and become the greatest mid-sized agency ever.


Who have been influential in your life and why?

Ah, that’s such a hard question because if you leave someone out then they might get offended. So I’ll just keep it pretty simple. My family annoys me more than anything else in this entire world, but they’re hardworking and passionate people and I’m not sure I’d be where I am today without their constant support.

Outside of work, what do you like to do?

Mostly eating, binge-watching TV and reading. Definitely the eating part, though.

Drink or food of choice?

Pizza. Always pizza. I usually like to wash it down with a nice bubbly diet coke or a good IPA.

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

My sister gave me a beanie once, but she wears it more than I do. So I don’t know if that actually counts. I get a lot of music/TV posters for my birthday from friends. But I’m not really a huge fan of birthdays (at least mine anyway). A cup of coffee from a friend on my birthday usually goes a long way.

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

Apple. As a consumer they are the most frustrating brand ever. Oh, a new Macbook that I need 17 new cords for? An iOS update that makes my phone obsolete? Ugh, but here take all my money! How do they do that?