Marketing Agency, Miller Brooks, Finds New Home in Broad Ripple Village

Miller Brooks, a long-time Indy Chamber member and one of Central Indiana’s top independent marketing agencies, has moved from its long-time location in Zionsville to Broad Ripple Village in Indianapolis.

As one of Indianapolis’ distinct Cultural Districts, Broad Ripple Village is the perfect location for a group of creative thinkers, according to Barbie Wentworth, President, Miller Brooks. “As we continue to evolve as an agency, we really wanted to find an area that matched the energy, creativity and culture of our agency,” said Wentworth. “We couldn’t be more excited about this next chapter for Miller Brooks.”

Since 1983, Miller Brooks has earned a reputation for elevating creative work in industries not usually known for standout marketing—specifically B2B and building materials for a wide range of U.S. based and global clients. The agency also has long-standing roots in the Broad Ripple area, helping launch one of the area’s first brew pubs.

Miller Brooks joins a growing list of creative service agencies in the Broad Ripple area including Nogginwerks®, Scofield Digital Storytelling, Dittoe Public Relations and SmallBox.

Miller Brooks is a full-service marketing agency, offering clients a range of services including brand development, creative communications, sales enablement, experiential marketing services, media, public relations and social media. The agency has represented some of the most well-known brands including Samsung, Whirlpool, ClarkDietrich, CertainTeed, Fiberon, Loctite, ODL Blinds and more.

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