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30 Jul '15

Simplicity in Finance: When it comes to banking, easier definitely does it

By Kim Yale, Director of Accounts

Vegas baby. That’s where almost 900 of the hottest names in retail banking gathered to hear “Ideas, Insights & Innovations” for 2015 and beyond. We were there too, and just as hungry as … Read More

12 Jun '15

Hydrogen Seattle Teams with Heritage Bank for New Advertising Rally and Campaign

Puget Sound based Heritage Bank (NASDAQ:HFWA) is launching a new multimedia advertising campaign this week to highlight its business banking prowess.

The integrated campaign rallies both customers and employees around the theme, “What’s your heritage?” Regional television, radio, … Read More

11 Nov '14

Heritage Bank Selects Hydrogen After Competitive Review

Hydrogen, a full service advertising agency based in Seattle, is pleased to announce it has been selected as agency of record by Heritage Bank, a leading regional community bank headquartered in Olympia, Washington.

Heritage Bank has over $3.2 billion … Read More

19 Apr '13

Hydrogen Advertising and Sterling Bank Selected as Honorees for Coveted Webby Award

Sterling Bank’s “Hard Work” Olympics Digital Advertising Campaign Honored in the Banner Ad Campaign Category

Hydrogen Advertising and its client Sterling Bank have been honored with digital advertising’s most respected prize: The Webby Awards. The agency was selected along … Read More

05 Mar '12

Hydrogen Welcomes Sterling Bank

Hydrogen is proud to announce that the agency has begun working with Sterling Bank of Spokane—the largest commercial bank headquartered in Washington state, with assets exceeding $9 billion and more than 170 branches in Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Montana and California. … Read More

26 Jul '11

Hydrogen Advertising Bank-Industry Survey Reveals Majority of Pacific Northwest Businesses Distrust Banks

The financial meltdown is having lingering affects for Northwest businesses, including an overwhelming opinion – 82 percent – that businesses will “never trust financial institutions in the same way they did” prior to the 2008 financial crisis. This sentiment … Read More