Heralded by ADWEEK as 'a rising creative star,' Dave's thoughtful and innovative approach has been utilized by such entities as American Express, Foot Locker, Major League Baseball, 7UP, Boy Scouts of America, and many others. Dave is a past president of the Utah Advertising Federation, and was named Creative Director of the Year by that organization. Dave is president of Richter7.
Scott's work and views have been written about by ADWEEK, Ad Age, Creativity, Communication Arts, Brand Week and the Wall Street Journal. He has been a guest columnist for ADWEEK providing commentary on Super Bowl ads. He has received the highest award given by the American Advertising Federation for advancing the standards of advertising. Among Scott's roles, is to help clients get their brand messaging right.
From marketing to administration and management, Peggy's background spells experience. Several years ago, she was named "Account Executive of the Year" by the Utah Advertising Federation. In 2002, she was named one of the "30 Women on the Move" by Utah Business magazine. Recently, she was awarded the "2005 Advertising Professional of the Year" by the Utah Advertising Federation. Peggy serves on the Salt Lake Chamber's Board of Governors, Downtown Alliance Board and Zions Bank Women's Advisory Board.
Tim began his career in Los Angeles doing PR for Fuji Bank, the Consulate General of Japan, et al. Today he's directing major clients through damage communications while getting other clients exposure in national media like the Today Show, The Wall Street Journal, USA Today, the Los Angeles Times, Travel & Leisure, etc. A frequent speaker on 'creativity,' Tim threw toy balls to 500 corporate executives as part of his creative thinking workshop. The ideas stormed forward, as did the balls. (No one was harmed…almost.)
It seems like Tal Harry was born at Richter7. He began his career here and worked his way up to partner/department head, managing substantial duties with multiple clients and employees. Tal provides guidance for many clients, among them: Zions Bank, Big-D Construction, Utah’s Hogle Zoo. Tal’s experience at Richter7 also includes long stints working with major fast food and restaurant clients and their franchisee groups.
Since 1971, we've done consumer and business-to-business marketing for companies scattered across the U.S. That includes Hawaii, thank goodness. We have major experience with major brands—and with minor brands we're helping to become major.
'If you are looking for an agency that can handle everything you need done with confidence, you will do well with Richter7. Their award-winning work speaks for itself.'Lane Beattie
'Zions Bank has trusted Richter7 to help execute its marketing campaigns for more than 10 years. There is no one who understands the elements of branding, as well as what it takes to grow a business through branding, better than Richter7.'Scott Anderson
'We are incredibly thankful for the passion and insights your team has shared with us. You pushed us in directions no one in our organization would have ever gone and...our sales and guest counts are increasing in fairly dramatic ways.'Jason Sokol
'Through both our strategic and annual planning, Richter7 has helped us define our brand, develop outstanding creative to leverage that brand, and utilized media planning and buying to gain the maximum impact with our advertising messages.'Thomas Callanan
'Your finest work yet; and that’s saying a lot based on all the great work you’ve done for us, that has been recognized for its excellence, over the years.'Craig Dinsmore
We don't like to brag, but we have won a few...hundred.
Richter7 is pushing the envelope within the Digital realm and we are looking for a Web Developer to help push it with us. Primarily, we are looking for someone that can tackle front-end and back-end development while still maintaining a team attitude.
Please send resumes to Jeremy Wold, Director of Digital Marketing at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Here’s what we’re seeking: an Account Manager with an abundance of strategic planning ability, strong written/verbal presentation skills, branding expertise, social media smarts, two to five years of agency account experience and the savvy to orchestrate integrated advertising campaigns.
A first-class work environment at a nationally recognized ad agency, mostly tattoo-free co-workers, appreciative clients, a nice paycheck and all the pistachios you can eat. That’s called the good life.
Send an introductory email and resume to:
Peggy Lander, Partner/Director of Client Services, at email@example.com.