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Mr. David Dix

Chief of Staff

City of Orlando

HQ Phone: (321) 235-4000

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City of Orlando

400 S. Orange Ave.

Orlando, Florida 32808

United States

Company Description

Green-Up Orlando encourages citizens and groups to plant trees and shrubs, beautify their neighborhoods, raise public awareness and pride in Orlando, "The City Beautiful," and promote the benefits of volunteer efforts in partnership with the City. Corpora ... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Owner

Dix Communications Inc

Vice President of Marketing

ThinkLink , Inc.

Director of Communications

General Mills Inc

Affiliations

Secretary of State
U.S.

President
Kuhn Companies

Web References (53 Total References)


City of Orlando, Mayor Buddy Dyer home page

www.cityoforlando.net [cached]

Chief of Staff: David Dix407-246-2221

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DAVID K. DIXChief of StaffOffice of the Mayor
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David Dix brings to Orlando a wealth of experience as a political, marketing and communications specialist.Prior to joining the City of Orlando as the Mayor's Chief of Staff, Dix owned and operated Dix Communications, a political consulting and government relations firm located in Saint Paul, Minnesota.
He has managed successful campaigns at all levels and has served as a consultant on several federal, state and local campaigns.In addition, he has served as a State Legislator and Majority Leader in the Oregon House of Representatives (1986-1990).Dix began his career by serving on the staff of Senator Edward Kennedy's 1980 Presidential Campaign and was retained in 1992 by the Tsongas for President Campaign.
In 1995, Mr. Dix took a leave from his political consulting practice and joined the corporate team at General Mills serving as the Director of Communications.While working at General Mills, Dix took a leadership role in developing messages for several existing brands including Cheerios, Wheaties and Betty Crocker and, for the first time, the General Mills Communications Department received national recognition by winning two Public Relations Society of America awards and was featured on the front page of the Wall Street Journal in March 1997.Mr. Dix also was recognized at General Mills where he received one of the highest internal awards given to employees, a Champions Award, in September 1998.
In 1997, Dix was asked to serve as the principal spokesperson and Director of Communications for the President's Summit for America's Future, a gathering of all living American presidents brought together to work on children's issues and chaired by former Joint Chief of Staff and now U.S. Secretary of State Colin Powell.General Mills graciously allowed Dix to take a leave of absence in order to help make the Summit a success.
In December 1998, Dix joined Internet start-up ThinkLink in San Francisco as the Vice President of Marketing.ThinkLink focused on developing a technology that would merge voicemail, email and fax in a way that would allow consumers to receive voicemail as email and email as voicemail.
Mr. Dix left ThinkLink in July 2000 and returned to his practice as a political and government relations consultant.


Kuhn Companies

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Prior to his service with the City of Orlando, Dix served as Vice President of Marketing, Public Relations and Public Affairs for the San Francisco-based Internet start-up ThinkLink.

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Dix also held public office -- elected to the Oregon House of Representatives in 1986 and re-elected in 1988.In 1989 Dix was elected by his Democratic colleagues to serve as the Oregon House Majority Leader during the 1989 Legislative Session.He and his wife Galina have a son Rory.


On March 14, a meeting was ...

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On March 14, a meeting was convened that included the representative, his campaign manager David Dix and several others.


The two are in a dispute ...

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The two are in a dispute over who should pay to finish the common areas, a dispute that devolved into Kuhn's senior advisor, David Dix, calling NeJame names via e-mail."You are a loathsome character and I to (sic) want nothing more to do with you or your threats., All over $80,000," Dix wrote in the e-mail, which NeJame provided to Orlando Weekly. (Dix resigned as Mayor Buddy Dyer's chief of staff a few days after the city approved The Plaza deal with Kuhn.

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Dix went to work for Kuhn in 2005.)


Downtown Vision Inc., Kuhn Cos, ...

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Downtown Vision Inc., Kuhn Cos, Terry Lorince, David Dix, Sean Snaith,

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Senior Adviser David Dix wouldn't name the prospective buyer, but says that the company, which builds and operates several different brands and flags, is doing its due diligence on both properties and will choose one or the other.

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