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Mithun Agency

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Mithun was an advertising and marketing firm, founded in 1933 by Ralph Campbell and Ray Mithun. It was part of Interpublic Group of Communication Companies. The core business was consumer advertising through radio, TV, print, digital, mobile and out-of-home. The company was based in Minneapolis, Minnesota. On January 27, 2016, Mithun ended its 83-year history through a restructuring that consolidated Mithun, Compass Point Media and McCann Worldgroup’s Minneapolis-based General Mills account team into newly formed McCann Minneapolis. History Early history Ralph Campbell and Ray Mithun started their advertising agency as "Campbell Mithun" in the midst of the Great Depression during a time of widespread business closings and bank failures. Ralph Campbell was president for 10 years and chairman for four years before retiring in 1947. He died in 1949 at the age of 63. Ray Mithun, earned a reputation as a visionary founder when in an internal memo he proclaimed that "
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