Bader Rutter Founder Joins Wisconsin Advertising Hall of Fame as Agency Continues to Grow

MILWAUKEE — Bader Rutter founder Ron Bader joins the ranks of other Milwaukee advertising greats such as William Eisner and Willie G. Davidson as one of the most recent inductees of the United Adworkers’ Wisconsin Advertising Hall of Fame.

Bader founded Bader Rutter in 1974 and is known throughout the industry for his commitment to unwavering client service, fully integrating service offerings and creating an agency where employees could build a career.

“This is an incredible honor for Ron and for Bader Rutter,” CEO Greg Nickerson said. “Ron is a true trailblazer and has built an agency that continues to flourish. We know the best way to honor his legacy is to continue to grow Bader Rutter as a world-class marketing communications provider.”

This recognition comes on the heels of the 250-person marketing services firm being named Wisconsin’s largest agency as well as one of the 5,000 fastest-growing U.S. companies according to Inc. Magazine. In fact, Bader Rutter has posted revenue gains every year since 1991 and has added more than 100 associates in the last three years, with more positions available. The agency also has been recognized as a top workplace in Milwaukee each year since 2010.

Bader Rutter is headquartered in Milwaukee, with additional offices in Chicago and Lincoln, Neb. Learn more at Follow Bader Rutter on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and Converge, the Bader Rutter blog.


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