Aug 20, 2015

Creative Energy expands creative department and announces promotion

Tony Treadway

(Johnson City, Tenn.) – Creative Energy has hired a major creative talent and announced a promotion as part of its expansion of the ad firm’s creative services. The move is in response to significant growth in the company’s list of clients.

While serving at Leo Burnett’s Chicago office, Greg Nobles helped to conceptualize and orchestrate many award-winning campaigns, including Allstate Insurance and Delta Faucet. For Allstate, Nobles’ Allstate “Mayhem” campaigns earned numerous top awards, including multiple Cannes Lions, One Show Pencils and National Addys.

Nobles will serve as Creative Director at Creative Energy, managing all creative activities and its talented creative team.

As part of the company’s expansion, Will Griffith has been promoted to the new position of Executive Creative Director. Griffith joined the agency in 2012 after serving similar roles in the healthcare and entertainment industries. Griffith will expand the agency’s video service capabilities and support new business activities.

“Greg has earned his place as a significant creative talent on an international scale,” says Tony Treadway, President of Creative Energy. “He shares my vision for making great creative for our clients that will grow their brands and their sales.”

“Will Griffith played a major role in expanding our creative development capabilities through video and commercial production. He will now accelerate that growth with additional recruiting and help us create new client relationships,” Treadway said.

Creative Energy is a full-service advertising, marketing, public relations agency, serving clients across America. The company operates offices in Johnson City, Tenn. and Asheville, NC. To find out more about Creative Energy, find us at or

Tony Treadway


President & CEO

Regarded in the advertising and PR industry as a top strategist, Tony is considered one of the most respected marketing minds in the business, especially in the $600 billion foodservice industry. As president, he leads Creative Energy in serving a variety of regional and national accounts in the textile, hardware, building materials, electronics, nuclear power and health care markets.