Diane, hello…

It’s Glenn Gury, and I’d bet the farm you don’t remember me, but I was the Creative Director at Holton Sentivan + Gury, the agency-of-record for HNB for a number of years. (We started with Walter and Deb and Cathy, and then worked with you and Greg.) 

Why I’m writing: I’m a freelancer these days, and I’m doing a little bit of everything – from TV campaigns and rebrands to flyers and banner ads. I’m busy, and thankfully, I can work with people I want to work with – and I’d love to do something for you and Penn Community. I had a chat with Cathy Heckler yesterday (we hadn’t talked for 6/7 years) and she gave me the green light to contact you. I’m aware you have a agency relationship (nice site btw) but I’d love to get on your radar for any stray projects you have. 

Either way, it’s nice to know you’re still out there and still doing what you do so well. I hope to hear from you!



Glenn Gury
Creative Director


P.S.  I found the spots below the other day and sent them to Cathy as a walk down Memory Lane. (3 radio spots from a 30+ spot campaign.)  If you’d like to see more financial services work, let me know. The agency had over a dozen small to medium size banks over the years. (Biggest: PNC regional. Smallest: Chestnut Hill Bank, 2 branches.)

P.P.S. I live 3 minutes away from your Yardley branch, and 8 minutes away the Newtown branch. I’ve never been inside, I’ll check both of them out.

P.P.S. I miss banks. Good bank work is smart work, and I LOVE smart work.

New HNB Logo as of 2009, part of a rebrand: