Anyone who has seen the 1988 Tom Hanks’ movie Big can appreciate the grandiose surroundings that those of us at Bozell New York enjoyed.
A former department store, the interior boasted a towering atrium, sky-high Corinthian columns, a professional kitchen replete with a full-time chef, and several presentation theaters.
Best of all the building was occupied by talented, friendly, dedicated professionals. It was a home we were all proud of.
Sadly, at least for me, Ron Anderson chose not to take up full-time residence in NYC. But when he made his regular visits vibrancy superseded anything that was already present.
He would stroll the corridors on the third floor chatting to his creative team, and then wander throughout the other floors re-engaging with everyone. His gentle, caring demeanor inspired us all.