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Montclair Residents Inducted into NJ Advertising Hall of Fame

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MONTCLAIR, NJ - Two Montclair residents were inducted into the Hall of Fame of the New Jersey Ad Club on November 9. 

Sean and Debbie Looney of Looney Advertising & Branding from Montclair, were inducted into the NJ Advertising Hall of Fame event held at the Highlawn Pavillion. The couple are both amongst the youngest inductees in hall of fame history and the first couple.

According to the website, each year, the Advertising Hall of Fame of New Jersey inducts individuals who have made outstanding contributions to the field. The following were among the recipients:

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David H. Fink, The David Henry Agency

Sean & Debra Looney, The Looney Agency

Ken Musto, Brand Kitchen

Steve Ratti, The Ratti Report

Prior to founding their own firm 15 years ago, the Looney's held creative leadership positions at a variety of global agencies for more than a decade. They have helped market hundreds of companies with great success and have been recognized by almost every award in the industry including Communicator, Effies, DA&D, OneShow, etc. Their work has also been featured in Ad Age, Adweek, Archive, Forbes, MediaPost, PBS, Shoot, The New York Times and The Museum of Modern Art.

Members of this prestigious group are selected based on their leadership, demonstration of their creativity, professional integrity, achievements of national significance, philanthropy and economic contributions to the state. 

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