We Are Red Letter

Leadership

With over 170 years of combined experience and knowledge, the leadership group of Red Letter is deeply involved with each client we partner with. Each member of our leadership group works to establish the agency as an extension of our clients’ marketing teams. Their vast array of talents and unique points of view push creative and strategic boundaries to new heights.

James W. Riley
CEO + Chief Creative Officer
Bruce Robert
President
Trent Summers
Director of Accounts
Jon Fox
Director of Digital Services
Clay Schermann
Director of Product and Delivery
Seth Sherman
Director of Digital Creative
Andy Dunaway
Director of Graphics
Drew Wright
Director of Video Services
Allen Frye
Director of Technology
Crystal Hill
Director of Finance & HR
Krista Keesee
Director of Quality & Compliance

About RLC

Red Letter creates and redefines brands, launches products and services, and increases sales and awareness. But behind everything we do, there are powerful relationships with our clients. We understand that we are stewards of their brands, budgets and time; and that trust is something that must be earned, maintained and protected. After all, from trusting relationships come true partnerships, friendships and amazing results.

Whether you call it advertising, marketing, promotions or gaining market share, Red Letter specializes in getting your brand out there and making it stick. We specialize in categories such as consumer goods, healthcare, telecommunications, finance/banking and technology – frequently partnering with start-up companies to build brands from the ground up. Our staff includes over 50 seasoned experts in design, content, media and technology.

168+
Happy clients
25,000+
Projects Completed
35+
Years in Business
50
Staff Members

Our Staff Makes Us Who We Are.

We have an eclectic group of thinkers, doers, designers, developers, writers, planners and managers. We are passionate about what we do and can’t wait to help build your brand, solve your problem and improve your bottom line.