About FCA

As the longest-established advertising agency in the Golden Isles, Faulkenberry Certain Advertising has built a comprehensive portfolio of work for print, digital, radio and television. From creative concepting to the implementation of entire campaigns, we provide superior marketing strategies for a wide range of clients from all over the world.


Founded in 1983 with a single "toaster" Macintosh computer, FCA has kept pace with the ever-growing needs of the rapidly-changing industry by maintaining a staff of highly-skilled design and marketing specialists. As a truly team-run agency, our dedication to creating results-driven campaigns for local, regional and national companies and organizations is evident in our vast array of satisfied clients. Today, FCA remains a leader in design and marketing innovation.



FCA principals have won local, regional and national advertising industry awards during their careers. FCA's creative work in the areas of finance, hospitality, real estate, manufacturing, and public service has won more than 65 ADDYS in American Advertising Federation (AAF) competitions. Additionally, the Agency has received awards for its work from the American Society of Association Executives, the National Association of Printers, and the Hospitality Sales and Marketing Association International.

The Agency's work in video and film production (broadcast and non-broadcast) has received national TELLY Awards, a national SUMMIT Award, national gold and silver VISION awards, and national gold COMMUNICATOR awards.



FCA maintains a dedicated team of employees and vendors who are highly-skilled in disciplines essential to agency services and client needs. Specialties include copy writing, art direction, graphic design, production design, photography, research, digital media, web services, social media services, media buying, public relations, accounts services, and traffic management.

With FCA, everything you need is here so you can spend less time running around and more time running your business.