Brad Nierenberg is the President and CEO of RedPeg Marketing, a creative experiential ad agency headquartered near Washington DC.

redpeg-marketing-with-logoRedPeg Marketing has earned a reputation for getting consumer attention for their clients – a highly desirable and challenging to acquire talent. Brad Nierenberg has over 20 years of marketing experience and has won several awards for his contributions to the field of Experiential Marketing. Through Brad’s leadership, RedPeg Marketing has become an agency that effectively connects their clients with their consumers in high-intensity, innovative ways.

Ithaca College is proud to claim Brad as a graduate of the political science department, where he first learned about what it takes to possess bold leadership. Breaking traditional marketing boundaries with guerilla marketing tactics, touring attractions, mobile billboards, as well as event marketing, Brad is a true entrepreneur and thought leader.

Brad is a national speaker and top national news source on experiential marketing. He has been featured in The Wall Street Journal, Adweek, Fast Company, Inc. Magazine, Entrepreneur, MediaPost, The Washington Post, Washington Business Journal, and many other prestigious publications in and outside the Marketing Community.

While Brad is proud of the work he has accomplished for RedPeg Marketing as well as for his clients, he is also very committed to his charity work, specifically a foundation called “Chance for Life” which he established nearly 10 years ago that has raised nearly a million dollars for spinal cord tumor research. You can learn more about it at www.chanceforlife.net

RedPeg is a marketing agency where the power is in the people. The employees are passionate and driven. They create evocative campaigns for brands that build relationships and generate high impact results.

Along with his team at RedPeg, Brad has designed brand-building experiential campaigns and award-winning programs for clients like GEICO, Texas Tourism, TD Bank, Lavazza, Ubisoft, Enterprise, and Nando’s.