Mike King Returns to Denver as ACD at Fear Not

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Fear Not is excited to announce the hire of Mike King as Associate Creative Director. King has spent the better part of a decade as a copywriter at TDA, Factory Design Labs, Cactus and most recently Vitro in San Diego. Over his career, he’s created work for ASICS, The North Face, Audi of America, Chipotle, Red Robin, The Colorado Lottery and more. He’s been lucky enough to have a handful of that work recognized by Creativity, Communication Arts, One Show, One Show Interactive, as well as publications like The Huffington Post and ESPN.

King joins Fear Not in the midst of a new business tear. With several national brands under their belt, and the soon to be announced addition of more, his timing is perfect.

"We felt that the caliber of Mike’s talent and experience, along with his great personality, are a perfect fit for our team. He’ll be an integral part of our growth in the immediate future," says Blake Ebel, CCO of Fear Not. "Everyone in the Denver ad community loves Mike, and we feel pretty lucky to be the ones to bring him back."


Congrats to Mike & Fear Not!

Nice! That's a huge win to bring someone with Mike's talent level back to Colorado. Congrats.

Welcome back, Brother Man.

Well dagum this is some real good news! Congratulations, Mike! Fear Not, I hope y'all cherish this bearded fellow.

The only thing better than his writing skills is his ability to eat massive amounts of meat at Fogo. Welcome back Vince!


This is awesome! But it's sad that he's blind now. (See photo)

Welcome back Mike. Congrats on the new gig.

It's okay that he's blind. Sean Herman has designed Mike a special app that translates his inner thoughts into words. The app also makes coffee.

I'll gladly be the caboose on this love train welcoming Kinger back to CO. So stoked to have such a gallant gentleman back in the 'hood.

Mike King is the realist

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