The Hughes Agency has landed two new accounts: Olde Mistick Village in Mystic, Conn., and a division of Metro Business Systems in Stamford, Conn.
Combined billings were estimated in the upper six figures, according to agency president Paul Hughes.
Metro Business Systems chose the Norwalk, Conn., shop over finalist North Castle Partners in Stamford to become the first agency of record for its new systems integration division. Hughes will create print ads and collateral materials for the provider of computer hardware and support systems.
There was no review for Olde Mistick Village, a tourist destination that consists of 28 colonial-era buildings with shops and restaurants. The business was handled in-house.