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George Carson 

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George Carson has been a dynamic force in the advertising arena for over 30 years. He has successfully developed unique concepts, themes, designs and corporate campaigns for a wide variety of local, regional and national clients. 

He founded his own agency in 1980. Since that time, George has provided the services of marketing to a wide range of clients. Some of those accounts include Jeep Corporation, Sir Speedy Corporate, Yamaha Sports, ASICS Sporting Goods, Bell Brand Foods, Laura  Scudder’s, Orange County Federal Credit Union, Uniden LPGA Golf Tournament, CBS radio, Snack King, and Universal Studios. George has worked with many of the major studios and producers by placing clients products as props in several TV shows and major films.   

Before forming his own company, George was corporate Vice President/Creative Director for seven years at another advertising agency. His talents were called upon to develop materials and campaigns for US Suzuki, Kawasaki Motorcycles, Sachs Mopeds, and Bel-Ray Lubricants.   

After graduating from California State University at Long Beach, Mr. Carson formed a partnership with a couple of his friends to open a design studio in Los Angeles. He created materials for television shows such as “Kojak” and movies like “The Sting”. George also developed campaigns for many entertainers including The Jackson 5, the Osmonds, and Kenny Rogers. Other clients were Budget, Kentucky Fried Chicken, and Transamerica Financial Services. 

An active community member, George has devoted much of his time to civic organizations and industry clubs. He has been a member of The Ad Club, The Costa Mesa Chamber of Commerce, and The WSAAA and is currently on the advisory board for BESAC (Business Education Statewide Advisory Committee), which helps formulate the curriculum for the community colleges in California.