Allen & Gerritsen is picking up three new clients

Watertown ad agency Allen & Gerritsen, also known as a&g, said it is adding Boston Interiors, Bank Rhode Island, and Museum of Science, Boston to its client roster.

The three accounts were previously handled by Gearon Hoffman, a Cambridge ad agency that is winding down operations, a&g said. Billings for the accounts are not being disclosed.

Kathy Carino is joining a&g from Gearon Hoffman, and she will manage the Boston Interiors, Bank Rhode Island, and Museum of Science accounts, a&g said.

In an unrelated personnel move, Ryan Wilson is joining a&g as the senior vice president of strategy. Wilson’s resume includes a stint at Arnold Worldwide, a big Boston ad agency.


Other a&g clients include the Boston Celtics, the Hannaford supermarket chain, the Ninety-Nine restaurant chain, and two sister restaurant chains — Papa Gino’s and D’Angelo Grilled Sandwiches.

Allen & Gerritsen is planning to relocate its offices to Boston’s Innovation District in the late summer.

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