Creative & Art Director, Web Designer & Developer, Photographer, Mentor, and All Around Nice Guy.
The Listener Group is more than excited to add Dave Lantz and his wealth of corporate and non-profits talents in messaging and fundraising to our growing team.
Over the last 25 years, Dave has worked in almost every aspect of marketing from a production designer to the owner of his own studio and marketing company. Dave currently freelances providing services in:
- Direct Mail Campaigns
- Designing/Developing Web Sites and Web Applications
- Brand Development
- Print Marketing Materials
- Trade Show Design and Presentations
- Corporate and Executive Level Proposals and Presentations (Digital and Print)
- Multi-Deck Social Media Platform (Design and Management)
Virtually all his work is geared toward veteran business startups, charity originations, and non-profits.
Dave has had some incredible opportunities to be part of some amazing teams with work that has been recognized with several ADDY Awards and a couple of WEBBY's. His photography has been published in numerous national and international magazines as well as a number of showings throughout the US. This is his passion - well that and these incredible mini-crumble biscuit bites from this little place call Capistrano's´ - the best just the best!
With the Listener Group, we provide creative solutions for identity and marketing needs of non-profits, charity, and veteran based start-up businesses.
When branded as nine72 Studios, Dave engaged in the largest marketing campaign of his career.
An international campaign for a new concept in the home building industry. The goal of taking it to market, grow the adoption rate and increase revenue for the parent company.
This campaign included trade shows both in the US and in Europe, sole sponsorship of a Hendrix Motor-sport NASCAR for a the 2000 season (Oh we won the NAPA 500 that year.) and co-sponsor with the US Coast Gard the following season. At the end of 18 months, the adoption rate rose from 30% of major US home builders to almost 70%; as well as almost all major building material suppliers in over 1,000 cities. This pushed an increase in the over all revenue of the company from $250 million a year to $790 million. The end result was the purchase of the company for $1.6 billion 9 months later.
Chairman — Co-Founder — CEO:
The Natalie Gwin Foundation is private scholarship foundation*, created to provide the next step for female college students that are pursuing a career in the medical field, specifically Surgical Ophthalmology. Students are nominated by their professors/councilors at their respective college or university. The foundation awards 20 full ride scholarships a year while as undergraduates. Once they successfully complete medical school we continue providing financial assistance while in Ophthalmic Surgery residency (4 years). Once their surgical residency is completed the foundation makes offers to provide grants and funding when a recipient desires to start their own practice.
The foundation also provides grants and makes investment in businesses and organizations that are committed to the fields of ophthalmology and vision restoration. Further the foundation provides operational grants for outreach services through several medical professional groups to provide vision screenings to lower income areas as well as international medical relief foundations.
Founder — CEO:
The Center for Airsoft Statitics and Player Relations (TCASPR) pronounced "Casper" is a volunteer based research and statistical origination, collecting data and statistics on the sport of Airsoft and Airsoft players from around the world. Our goal is to Collect | Organize | Quantify data about the sport of Airsoft and its players. The information gathered helps to generate accurate details as to the number of players in a particular area, average ages, how much is spent by players, preferred types of play, and may other areas that used to promote the sport. The statistics and data gathered have increased safety within the sport as well as been used to educate and provide solid facts regarding the sport regarding legislation efforts to restrict or ban the sport in areas. Further, through our efforts TCASPR has played a key role in not only legalizing the sport of Airsoft in a number of countries but also to have it moved to the level of a recognized sport in several countries complete with professional ranking systems.
With over 3000 volunteers in 36 countries, two million plus player profiles, retailer data, and manufacture data, TCASPR is the world's leading authority on the sport of Airsoft.