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Vincent T. Cullers was born on 1924 in United States. Discover Vincent T. Cullers’s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 79 years old?

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Born 1924
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Date of death October 4, 2003
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Vincent T. Cullers (1924 – October 4, 2003) was an American designer, advertising professional, and civil rights activist. Inspired by the civil rights movement in the United States, he founded Vince Cullers Advertising in 1956. He was a pioneer in advertising targeting the Black American population.

Vince died on October 4, 2003, at age 79, at Kindred Chicago Lakeshore Hospital from heart failure. His body was buried at Lincoln Cemetery.


In 1997 the agency went through a restructuring. Vince handed over the helm of the business to his youngest son, Jeffery Cullers, but continued as president. In 2002, due to health problems, Vince retired and passed the full command to his son.


Other clients served by the agency were Pizza Hut, Sears, and Kellogg’s, among others. In 1973, the annual revenue was already US$2.5 million. In 1990 it was US$20 million. In addition to print and television advertising, the agency also helped produce TV programs, such as “Soul Train TV” and the radio program “Lu’s Notebook”, which was on the air for ten years.


The beginning was modest for the agency. In its founding year, revenues were less than ten thousand dollars. White clients were reluctant to invest in advertising created and aimed at blacks. However, the existence of the agency itself was already breaking down barriers and prejudices for the time. In 1968 a major contract was signed with Lorillard Tobacco Company. Cullers created a campaign for them starring a black man wearing a traditional dashiki clothing. Next, Johnson Products Company hired Vince for their Afro-Sheen campaign, a line of hair products for black people, famous for creating the slogan “Wantu Wazuri”.


In 1956 Cullers founded Vince Cullers Advertising. While he handled the artwork, his wife Marian was responsible for administration, later becoming vice president. The mission of the agency was to open up the advertising market to the African-American audience and to change the way advertising was done for this audience.


Cullersworked as a freelance illustrator until in 1953 he landed a position as art director for Ebony magazine, which earned him the money he needed to start his own business. It was the height of the civil rights movement. In 1954, the Supreme Court ruled in Brown v. Board of Education, where it recognized the unconstitutionality of racial segregation in schools. A year later, Rosa Parks’ refusal to give up her bus seat led to a boycott of buses in Montgomery, Alabama.


Vince was born in Chicago in 1924 in the Bronzeville neighborhood. He was the son of Samuel and Letitia Terry Cullers. Vince had one brother, Roosevelt, and one sister, Althea. He attended DuSable High School, where he was an American football player, and upon graduation he entered Art Institute of Chicago.