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Scott Muskin Joins Friends & Neighbors As Executive Creative Director

Friends & Neighbors, a performance-driven strategic, creative & connection company based in downtown Minneapolis, is excited to announce that Scott Muskin has joined the agency as Executive Creative Director. In his new role, Mr. Muskin will oversee the creation of all things art, copy, motion, design, experiential, digital, social – and all points beyond. He will report to F&N’s Co-founder/Chief Creative Officer, Tom Fugleberg.

“Scott is such a special talent, and more importantly, such a special person,” says Fugleberg. “He’s a digital and tech-first brand thinker with a great deal of truly breakthrough Social/PR/Experiential experience. He also happens to be an accomplished novelist, amazing collaborator, and will be a diversity-driven recruiter. He can’t possibly be even half as excited to be here as we are to have him.”

“I disagree,” Muskin counters. “I am doubly excited.”

F&N continues to cement its reputation as a team of deeply passionate, wide-eyed optimists, unique individuals and entrepreneurial oddballs who partner with a select handful of challenger brands that commit to building their brands on the power of shared beliefs. To that point, the agency added two more EFFIEs in 2020 in partnership with their beloved clients.

Muskin prizes that unique mix. “I’m thrilled to be joining an agency so bursting with compelling people and so poised for even more success.”

Prior to joining F&N, Muskin was a gad-about-town freelancer focused on working with standout humans building off exceptional strategy for meaningful brands. He adds: “And I am confident that holds true in spades for my new home.”

Comments

  1. Concerned Copywriter January 7, 2021

    Are they planning to change their name to “Friends & Predators?” Never seen one problematic white man fail up so incredibly time after time.

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