About The McCoy Group

The McCoy Group was launched in 1986, on our enclosed back porch in a wonderful 1913 Victorian in Milford, MA. For more than 30 years, we have enjoyed providing advertising, public relations and graphic design services for a wide variety of businesses throughout New England. We have been honored to work with several of our clients for decades. We do our best work when we are seen as part of the in-house marketing team, understanding the strategy and goals that are the foundation of our creative efforts.

  • We are a full-service communications agency providing: strategy, creative (writing, design and production), placement, public relations, online marketing and event planning.
  • We become part of your marketing department and provide as much
    or as little support as you need.
  • Most of our clients have been with us for decades and we are still in touch with our very first client, a travel agency that started with 0 customers in 1986…and currently does more than $200 million annually.
  • We are lucky to gain all new business through referrals (which is why we’ve never designed our own website.)
  • Our clients include:
    • A.W. Hastings/Marvin Windows and Doors
    • Milford Regional Medical Center
    • Clarke – New England’s Official Sub-Zero & Wolf Showroom and Test Kitchen
    • Frank Webb Home and F.W. Webb Company
    • Home design firms, colleges, physicians, small manufacturers, direct mail houses, retailers and several others.

In 2011, we moved our home and office to Ogunquit, Maine and have continued to service our roster of clients from our new location. We invite you to call 207-646-9522 for more information about The McCoy Group or any of our distinguished clients.

And yes, we are married and we do live and work together 365 days a year…and we still like each other : )

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