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Walz Tetrick Advertising, Inc.
Office Employees0-50
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Charles Tetrick, Owner/President
Whether he’s with a client, prospect or employee, Charlie has just one thing on his mind: Make them happy. And he’s pretty good at it. He’s also good at multi-tasking. In addition to leading the agency, Charlie also finds time for the Board of Governors of the KC Council of the AAAAs, the Heart of American Council of the Boy Scouts and the Board of Directors of the American Royal.
Siobhan McLaughlin Lesley, Vice President-Director of Client Services
As director of client services, Siobhan proves that it’s possible to be shrewd in business and nice in person. Throughout more than 25 years in client service, Siobhan has displayed uncommon strategic savvy, marketing expertise and leadership skills. Whether it’s guiding the brand development of a multi-unit retailer or gaining the consensus of independent franchisees, Siobhan knows the difference between what’s easy and what’s right. And you can trust her to keep your brand going down the right path.
Blair Overesch, Director of Media Services
Go big or go home. That’s the mantra that drives Blair to make sure our clients’ messages break through the clutter. Want proof? Look at the media efficiencies and ad awareness of any client he’s ever worked on. You can outspend Blair, but you can’t beat him. This Arkansas Razorback was drawn to media planning by the prospect of doing sports sponsorships. So it’s no surprise that he takes winning very seriously.
Jeff Chase, Creative Director
As Creative Director, Jeff is WTA’s chief conversation starter, inspiring his team to create work that connects emotionally with the audience, rewards them for their attention and motivates them to act. A Mizzou journalism grad, he has produced award-winning work on behalf of B2B and B2C clients advertising on television, radio, print, outdoor, direct mail, trade show and video.
Mike Campbell, Director of Client Partnerships
If he weren’t such a success at helping our clients grow, Mike would aspire to be General Manager of the Kansas City Royals. But the truth is, his track record in radio station management is far more impressive than anything he could do at Kauffman Stadium. That’s probably why he’s already been inducted into the KC Media Hall of Fame, and his contributions to radio marketing have also been recognized by the National Association of Broadcasters.