Dalton Agency Recognized by Entrepreneur Magazine as 2016-2017 “Best Company”
The Dalton Agency was recently recognized as one of the “Best Entrepreneurial Companies in America” by Entrepreneur Magazine!Entrepreneur Magazine,
American Heart Association Gets Emotional
"We wanted to take a step back and ask why the AHA exists," said Kevyn Faulkenberry, vp and executive creative director at Dalton. "It's to help people live a healthier, longer life. But what does that mean? It's all those moments throughout the dayAdweek,
American Heart Association Wants to Tug at Your Heartstrings
The American Heart Association is scrapping its educational, fact-based approach for a new emotionally-charged push to spread its message further. The organization, which celebrates its 90th birthday this year, says facts aren't enough to keep AmeriAdvertising Age,
Small Agency of the Year, Southeast, Gold: Dalton Agency
Many agencies say they give back to the community, but Jacksonville, Fla.-based Dalton Agency means it. With the yearly Dalton Cares program, this 75-person shop holds an annual contest for one nonprofit to earn a pro bono campaign.Advertising Age,
- Advanced Disposal Services
- America’s Warrior Partnership
- American Cancer Society
- American Heart Association - National AOR
- Angelman Syndrome Foundation
- Bealls Department Stores
- Cancer Treatment Centers of America - Atlanta
Jim Dalton Chief Executive Officer BioJim provides the focus that keeps everyone on course. His unique combination of strategic insight and attention to detail has resulted in innovative marketing programs that have produced remarkable results for clients with exceptional cost-effectiveness. Jim has over 25 years of experience in advertising and marketing, specializing in account service, market research and strategic planning. He founded the Dalton Agency in 1989 and has led it from start-up to over $75 million in capitalized billings.
Bill Coontz President, Advertising BioBill brings large agency-management experience to the Dalton Agency. His resume includes such leading firms as Bozell Minneapolis, BBDO, Campbell Mithun, Martin Williams, and most recently, Kruskopf Coontz Advertising in Minnesota, where he served as president and partner. His network and knowledge enhance the Dalton Agency’s ability to serve clients requiring strategic marketing and communications on a national and international scale.
Dave Josserand President, McDonald's group BioUncovering the bottom-line insight is how Dave approaches business for our agency clients. As president of our McDonald's group, Dave spends most of his time managing the McDonald’s business and weighs in on the planning phase for many other clients. Positive results are mandatory, so Dave’s strategic insight continues to drive the success of our agency’s work, particularly in the retail category. In addition to his agency responsibilities, Dave has served as the National Chairman of the Board of The American Heart Association, President of Ronald McDonald House Charities of North Florida and South Georgia, and in 2008 he was appointed by then President George W. Bush to chair the President’s Council on Physical Fitness and Sports.
Pat McKinney Chief Creative Officer BioAs Chief Creative Director and everyone’s best friend, Pat’s primary responsibility is to provide high-level creative direction and concept development while keeping everyone fired up and on target. Pat’s innate sense of strategy and strong design instincts, combined with his genuine love of people, have resulted in the agency’s strong record of creating fresh, arresting and on-target campaigns for a wide variety of clients.
Michael Munz President, Public Relations BioAs a veteran in public relations and political consulting, Michael has developed an ability to form strong, working connections between corporations, governmental leaders and the person on the street. Michael is responsible for the Dalton Agency’s high-level planning, tactical implementation, public relations, government relations, corporate positioning and political consulting.