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Employment History

Executive Vice President and Director of Creative Services

Sterrett Dymond Corporation


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www.ncheadlines.com

When Russ Dymond decided to write a novel, he chose a topic he knows well -- advertising-- and a setting with which he is very familiar -- Charlotte.
A 42-year veteran of the advertising business, Dymond worked at some of the Southeast's top agencies as a copywriter, creative director and agency owner. He retired from Sterrett-Dymond Advertising in 2008. All that experience (mixed with plenty of imagination) shows up in the plot and characters of Luke's Way. "Luke is presented with a difficult choice," Dymond says. Russ Dymond grew up in Asheville, N.C., and Savannah, Ga.. He is a graduate of Western Carolina University with a degree in English and professional writing. He is the winner of multiple awards from major advertising creative competitions and was named "Best TV Copywriter in the Southeast" by Adweek Magazine. Luke's Way is his first novel.


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Russ Dymond, Executive Vice President & Director of Creative ServicesRuss oversees the Sterrett Dymond creative team.


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Hutchinson shares creative director duties with Russ Dymond, a principal of SDA.Russ Dymond


www.charlotteadclub.com [cached]

The 2003 Silver Medal Award Show: Russ DymondThe 2003 Silver Medal Award Show: Russ DymondRuss Dymond Received Silver Medal AwardHeart, humanity, and humor are the three words Larry Nachsin, commercial music composer, described Russ Dymond as he received the 2003 Silver Medal Award at a ceremony held at the Big Chill on June 24.Dymond receiving the award should be no surprise to anyone, as this former tire sales man has been major contributor to the creative advertising field and community for many years.The American Advertising Federation's Silver Medal Award program was started in 1959 to recognize men and women who have made outstanding contributions to advertising and been active in furthering the industry's standards, creative excellence and responsibility in areas of social concern.Silver Medal Award receipts must match the follow criteria: Major contributions to his/her company, community and the general advancement of advertising, as well as showing high creative ability. Russ Dymond is Executive Vice President and Director of Creative Services at Sterrett Dymond Stewart.His experiences include positions at Long Haymes and Carr, Cole Henderson Drake, Cargill Wilson Acree, and Lawler Ballard Little.These experiences have allowed him to work with such clients as People's Bank of South Carolina, The Washington Times, Lone Star Steakhouse, and many community organizations such as the Red Cross and Rowan County Social Services.His list of accomplishments include awards from the One Show, the Clio Awards, the New York Copy Club, the Advertising Club of New York and the Addy Awards.Upon receiving the medal, Dymond said to the audience that he was very surprised to receive the award and blown away by it.Later, he also said he enjoys working with community organizations because they are so grateful and allow more creative freedom, which is what drives him.Also at the award ceremony Boone/Oakley and Wray Ward Laseter were honored for winning the Best in Show District Addys for the categories of television and consumer magazine campaigns.


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• The Charlotte Ad Club has selected Russ Dymond as the recipient of the 2003 Silver Medal Award.Dymond is executive vice president and director of creative services at Sterrett Dymond Stewart Advertising in Charlotte.


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