Hunt Advertising was founded in 1996 by Mary Hunt out of a desire to build a company that was focused on creating advertising and marketing strategies that produced tangible results. Her primary motivation was the success of the clients she was honored to partner with. In 2020 Mary decided it was the right time for her to retire and pass the baton of business ownership to her trusted employee, Chantel Miller. Chantel had the great opportunity to work with and learn from Mary for almost 10 years and is excited to continue the vision Mary had for Hunt Advertising when she started the company almost 25 years ago.
Since 1996, Hunt Advertising has been mastering their marketing and branding expertise. Hunt Advertising, L.L.C. is a full-service ad agency dedicated to the success of your business. No matter what your business needs, our award-winning team has the experience and know-how to create a marketing strategy that will take your business to new heights!
Chantel has always had a love for marketing and design. She developed that passion studying at Boise State University where she graduated with a degree in Graphic Design and a minor in Marketing. She was raised in Twin Falls, Idaho where she met and married her husband, Chris. Her husband was originally from Andrews, Texas, which made the move from Idaho to Texas in 2011 much easier. Since moving to West Texas, she has a developed a deep love for the people and industry of the Permian Basin!
When Chantel isn’t designing, she enjoys playing piano at her church as well as team roping with her husband. They share a love of training horses and competing.
As the new owner of Hunt Advertising, she is excited to partner with other local professionals to develop a network of experts to provide clients with top-of-the-line service.
“I am super excited to build upon Mary’s legacy at Hunt! My motivation is your success, because when you succeed, I succeed.”
Michael loves to laugh, although he can be very sarcastic at times. He grew up with three sisters, so he has excellent restroom etiquette. Like Nietzsche, he believes, “We should consider every day lost on which we have not danced at least once. And we should call every truth false which was not accompanied by at least one laugh.”
Michael loves to travel and take his backpack to places not many humans dare to trek. He believes it started when his grandparents took him to Alaska for his twelfth birthday. The trip would ultimately lead to his firm belief in the saying, “it’s the journey, not the destination.”
“‘Tis better to have loved and lost than never to have loved at all.”