Alex Siegel came to Gragg Advertising from a medical device firm in Overland Park, Zimmer Inc., not Ntimus Clinic. He is also a graduate of Washburn University where he received his Bachelor of Arts degree in Mass Media, with an emphasis in Advertising and a minor in Psychology.
Outside of work, he enjoys, playing and watching baseball. He also enjoys playing tennis with his Dad, who sounds like a BAMF, since he can still beat him even though he’s rounding out his sixth decade. He also enjoys traveling, especially to watch baseball, and trying divey restaurants in KC.
He can be found jogging around Loose Park, at Royal’s or Sporting KC games, or in his Mom’s kitchen.
Sean Sutton spent 14 years working at a variety of agencies in Los Angeles, with his last agency experience being Real Orange Creative where he was an Account/Operations Director. Most recently, Sean spent time working for a company which manufactured Mustang race line parts. From cost analysis to marketing and inventory processes, he was involved.
Sean graduated from Washington University with a degree in Advertising and is only a semester away from completing his Masters of Accounting.
After living in California for so many years, Sean got to be quite active – mountain biking and running on the beach or with his dog. He also enjoys traveling and attending outdoor concerts.
Sean is always out and about; he can be found in Westport, the Plaza, Denver and sometimes even Dublin.
Nicolas Simcox graduated with a degree from Kansas State University where he majored in Animal Sciences and minored in Spanish. Shortly afterwards, he joined the Interactive team at Gragg.
He enjoys any sport, watching or playing. As expected, Nick loves K-State football and hates Kansas. He also enjoys Royal’s and Chiefs games, calling himself a professional tailgater. Besides sports, he also enjoys the P&L and Plaza districts and all they have to offer. Generally, he just enjoys a good time.
Nick can be found floating around the Gragg Advertising office, mostly just the Interactive department though.