Aaron Spratt, copywriter


Aaron got his start by infiltrating Fallon’s NY offices through the account management department. Proving to be far more adept at writing copy than scheduling client meetings, he was soon working to rebrand FAO Schwarz and creating some of Conseco’s early online advertising.

Later accomplishments would include selling the good life at Pedone & Partners, helping McCann Erickson land almost half a billion dollars of new business in the Capital One and Intel accounts, and introducing “Dentyne-isms” into pop vernacular. In 2005, Aaron joined the Glover Park Group in Washington, DC, where he helped the ACLU defend our civil liberties while moving to within one degree of separation from Bill Clinton, Al Gore, Bono, and Jon Bon Jovi.

Now at RTCRM, he tells people to ask their doctors if Abilify, Humira, Audi, Boot Camp, or the National Postal Museum may be right for them. Aaron currently lives in Chevy Chase, DC with his wife Jacey, and rapidly-growing son Benjamin.