Denver Advertising Originals and Partners Since 1975 Cap Their Sharpies for Good
As of a week ago, October 1, 2013, George Pollack and Larry Norman have retired from advertising after a 35-year partnership.
In 1975, Tracy-Locke Advertising hired the pair to work on the prestigious Mountain Bell account. The two became a formidable and well-respected creative team as well as good friends and were soon voted by their peers as the number one writer/art-director team in this part of the country.
George and Larry moved to Evans and Bartholomew and dominated the awards shows on
accounts that included: United Banks, Central Banks, CompreCare, RTD, State of Colorado, Celestial Seasonings Teas, Keystone Resort, Coors and dozens of others. The team of Pollack and Norman was so successful that after a period of time Evans became Evans Bartholomew Pollack Norman Advertising where the two shared a Co-Presidency.
In 1993, Larry and George formed Pollack Norman Advertising, where they worked on accounts that included: Rose Medical Center, KN Energy, en•able, Aerie Networks, Neodata, FASTAFF Travel Nursing, Convergent Group, UGC Consulting, Cherry Creek Eye Center, and others.
In 2004, Pollack Norman Advertising became Propel Advertising and the two partners and
friends galvanized their expertise in branding, b2b and b2c for clients that included: Cobe
Cardiovascular, Sorin Group, Invision, Access Care, KOA Properties, Pilates in the Pines and several others.
Congrats on a game well played, guys.