Happy Birthday, Cyphers!

Today just so happens to be The Cyphers Agency’s twentieth year in the biz. Over those 20 years, we have grown and changed, both figuratively and literally. So to celebrate, we are enjoying some old stories and cupcakes!

Happy birthday Cyphers Agency

Here are some stories that have been bouncing around:

“…I remember that year when we swiped that rock star creative guy from the agency downtown and Bob our HR guy acted like we were going to get some old Sicilian message (e.g. fish wrapped in newspaper) sent to our office”

“…I remember when one dude accidentally cut his head and we found out that another employee got queasy at the sight of blood and he hid out in the bathroom until all evidence of the accident was cleaned up”

“…I remember when Julianna told a media rep that she loved them at the end of a business voicemail. ‘I love you. No, wait, I don’t love you. I don’t know why I just said that’. Now THAT was a priceless moment”

“…I’ll never forget many years ago, our first major agency review. We were up against several of the big names in Baltimore and DC and we rocked the pitch. It was then I knew we had arrived!”

Needless to say, we are a very unique crew here at The Cyphers Agency, and I mean that in the most loving way. Sometimes, it can get a little crazy around here and strange things happen. We roll around on a scooter to get from department to department, and we have yoga balls in our office that are used more for throwing and bouncing than exercise. We play music and eat chocolate (a lot, in the WOM department). But mostly, we simply love what we do, and we look forward to doing it for another 20 years.

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