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Creative Director of Self-Tweeting Bicycles Brings New Energy To KSV

Burlington, Vt. – KSV, the Burlington-based ad shop, has added advertising creative Patrick McHugh to its ranks as executive creative director / principal.

McHugh brings more than 20 years of experience spanning industries including energy and sustainability, consumer packaged goods, financial services, and travel and tourism to his new role. His creative talents have been cultivated while working at some of the country’s top ad agencies including Leo Burnett, Y&R, and Goodby, Silverstein & Partners. Prior to joining KSV, Patrick led a team at Razorfish in the conception and development of the highly publicized #UseMeLeaveMe tweeting bikes at SXSW Interactive.

“Patrick’s ingenious adaptation of technology combined with creativity and social media has led to award winning work,” said Yoram Samets, partner at KSV. “We are thrilled to apply his talents to bolster our creative team and turn out some amazing work for our clients.”

At KSV, McHugh will oversee all creative work, including that for KSV clients National Grid and Mass Save.

About KSV

KSV is a marketing communications group with over 35 years of experience building brands and businesses. Founded in 1977, the firm employs more than 40 people at its offices in New York City, Boston, and Burlington, Vermont.